The concept behind the Stack easy chair and footstool comes from the idea of having cushions in constant motion that look like they have been stacked randomly on top of each other.
A playful juxtaposition of colours and thickness that offers endless bespoke possibilities. Colourful overlapping upholstered cushions, leaning of a metal frame, and convey at the same time an idea of stability, comfort and aesthetic delightfulness.
The combination of woods, for the legs, and metal, for the structure and side bars, adds further functional and visual details to the chair and ottoman.
The minimalistic design, with a Nordic overtone, is almost softened by the cheerful effect of the overlapping cushions, almost an affectionate remembrance of childhood, a desire for a totally personal take on relax and comfort.
The comfort is guaranteed by the ample seat and the upholstered back. The matching ottoman evokes comfort and rest, as well: the possibility of adjusting the distance between armchair and ottoman allows for the ultimate ease.
Stack is designed for those who love understated design and creativity, without excesses, and wish to decorate their homes with a contemporary, but refined, taste. Stack is available in several different colours, finishes and coverage, as befits the authentically bespoke mood of all Contempo products.
- Seat in high density polyurethane foam
- Back cushions in high density polyurethane foam
- Feet in solid ash, metal frame available in the finishing as per catalogue
- Coverage available in fabric, leather and mix of different materials and colors.
Born in Croatia to an Irish mother and Montenegrin father, Stefan Krivokapic has been living in Milan Italy for the past nine years. Stefan has worked in a number of design studios in Italy working on projects ranging from packaging to furniture, lighting, electronics and fair stands for many Italian companies. In 2011 he founded the industrial design consultancy "Skrivo" which specializes in industrial design across furniture and lighting sectors working with manufacturers in both Italy and Europe. The projects always try to be conscious of the available manufacturing methods while taking into special consideration the materials through constant research into new ones in order to create products that attain a balance between the functional and aesthetics in order to create innovative products.