Pair of Kabuto chairs

Designed by Kenmochi Design Associates in 1965

Manufactured by Tendo Mokko, Japan

L56 P752 H71 cm

The S-5007AA-AA chair was created by Isamu Kenmochi, the designer who supported the dawn of Japanese design and Tendo Mokko, who had dared to challenge the realization of molded plywood with a three-dimensional curve. It was designed for a clubhouse of the Totsuka Country Club in 1961. 

The backrest is curved so as to go around the sitting person’s body, and you can leave your weight as an armrest. In addition, there is a good bend, firmly supports the waist and supports the body. As it is very comfortable, it is often used in japanese lobbies and restaurants. 

Stainless steel round pipe and new upholstering with Loro Piana cashmere

Price on request
Ref code: SEA00048