Tria Three Legged Dining Chair is a chair that recalls the impossible forms of Dutch graphic artist and engraver Maurits Escher, defining itself in a game of twists. This version has three wooden legs with slanted cross-braces.
The corolla-shaped shell for the Tria Chairs are composed of three equal elements assembled together. The design lends itself to accommodate a sequence of colours chasing each other. It can be used in two different seating positions, centre or side (right or left).