Kumu chair by Pekka Koivikko for Nikari

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Dezeen Showroom: Finnish brand Nikari collaborated with designer Pekka Koivikko on a stackable chair made from solid birch that is designed to be painted.

The Kumu chair comprises a sturdy frame of four cylindrical legs that support a square seat, topped by a backrest that slots onto the extruded back legs.

The Kumu chair has a minimalistic design

The chairs can be left in their natural finish or painted in any colour. To demonstrate this, Nikari painted the chairs in muted blue, green and red pigments in reference to artworks by Finnish painter and colourist Helene Schjerfbeck.

A slimline upholstered cushion can be added to the chair for increased comfort.

The chairs can be painted or left in their natural state

Kumu is durable enough to be suitable for use in both private and public settings.

Product: Kumu chair
Designer: Pekka Koivikko
Brand: Nikari
Contact: sales@nikari.fi

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