Stool and table collection from Matej Chabera

What a better word to describe this furniture set than “dynamic”. At a first look nothing looks unusual or strange but looking closer you will see the true size of this table and chairs set.  The original design has a deep meaning and a lot of thinking was involved before coming up with this concept. The main idea was to mobility and in the same time designer Matej Chabera wanted to eliminate the hierarchy. For most of the people talking from the same eye level is more comfortable and neither one feels superior.

This idea made possible this high table and bar-like stools. Implemented in a real life office situation this allows a big flow of people coming by and working standing up along people that are already there and they are seating in those big chairs. This kind of minimalistic look has a quite good looking detail in the lower part where the table and chair legs are. That particular arrangement denotes mobility and offers a dynamic look.


The materials used to build it are very well known around the world and used by all the modern furniture manufacturers.  The laser cut steel frame was bent into the right shape and powder coated to protect It from corrosion. The table top has a tremendous good looking semi-glossy ash veneer finish and the seats upholstery is made from a strong black fabric but optional they could come in black leather as well.



Published by in Office Design Ideas, on July 4th, 2012

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