One single sheet of plywood shaped into a reclining chair.
The model was designed 1933-34 and was produced in 1935-40. Originally, the idea was that the model would fit especially well in a tropical climate, since a chair without padding was particularly suited for avoiding insects. The production of the chair, made of a single sheet of molded plywood, became expensive and, according to the prior research, only about 120 copies were produced. Alvar Aalto's plywood furniture had already come into production at a lower cost and the competition from Finland became too strong.
Slightly warped, minor veneer losses, scratches.
100 000 - 125 000 SEK
10 235 - 12 794 EUR