Carpenter and artist Fredrik Paulsen is the designer behind the Röhsska chair, which is named after the leading Swedish design museum that reopened in 2019.
Röhsska meets craftsmanship in industrial production, and the chair is produced in Sweden and designed according to Swedish sustainability ideals. The frame of the chair is constructed in 150-year-old beech from Scania, with a seat and backrest made of Swedish pine plywood.
Röhsska design museum exhibited Fredrik's chair in 2019 as part of Unmaking Democratic Design, where he challenged a certain Swedish furniture giant's attempt to take credit for the concept of democratic design.
The chair comes in 3 different heights and 7 different color schemes.
Model // Röhsska 0191-82
Color // RED 1-SCALE
Size // H 106 x W 40 x D 47 cm (Seat height 82 cm)
Materials // Frame of solid beech wood.
Seat and back in forty plywood lacquered in tinted colours. Plastic foot.
Special info // The graduated color of the chair can vary in shade