With an appearance that is elegant and sober, the Munich Chair is perfectly suited for a business office, or a sophisticated indoor study room. Designed by Matthias Sauerbruch and Louisa Hutton for Classicon, the chair is a result of a commission for the Museum Brandhorst in Munich. Asked to develop a piece that would be integrated in such a prestigious institution, the designers created three different seating units. In time, these designs were used for the cafeteria, the lounge, the conference and lecture rooms, as free-standing, comfortable furniture pieces. Employing a steel frame and solid wood, the designers envisioned a long-lasting chair concept. The Munich Chair is also available in a lime green color (last photo of the post, as seen on Chair Blog), by Berlin Architects Sauerbruch Hutton. Have a look below; we would be interested in knowing which design you prefer and why.