Lavitta Collection by Poiat Products

Category: Design Published on 03 Jan, 2013 Tags: , , ,

Finnish brand Poiat Products realized a new furniture series called ‘Lavitta‘. The First member of Lavitta collection is a small chair that draws upon the influences of traditional Finnish outdoor furniture. Now this countryside classic that has the generous combination of two structural parts- the seat, rear legs, back rest and front legs – has been given a new interpretation and more sophisticated appearance in the form of Lavitta chair. With its slender legs the side silhouette relates even to extended limbs of ballet dancer. The chairs are not stackable but instead they can be slotted together.

The collection of Lavitta also includes the small occasional table, the round dining table and the set of rectangular dining table with benches.

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images © Arsi Ikäheimonen


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