Stackable Chairs by Daniel Milchtein Peltsverger

Stackable Chairs by Daniel Milchtein Peltsverger

Designed by Daniel Milchtein Peltsverger for Mabel Furniture, this set of stackable chairs made of molded wood or plastic are an interesting solution for a small place. You can keep the chairs stacked when you are alone at home to have more space, and unstack then when you have visitors. The ergonomic shape and portability make it ideal for hotel and office lobbies. What’s more, construction adheres to the six sigma philosophy, meaning zero defects – an idea I hope more furniture designers adopt. – Via

8 comments

  • Peden September 16, 2008 at 11:59 AMLogin to Reply →

    Six Sigma does not mean zero defects. Literally it means 3,4 defects per million – but it is more of a mangement system.

  • ConcepTrends September 16, 2008 at 17:21 PMLogin to Reply →

    The chair looks weird but I love it!

    From one you can make more.

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  • design snob September 17, 2008 at 06:11 AMLogin to Reply →

    Functionally efficient…I’m digging it.

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  • leonor September 18, 2008 at 01:32 AMLogin to Reply →

    wow i like the chair, is actually very original and functional

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