A chair from an atelier. Designed by Skrivo, the inspiration for the initial concept was stimulated by the way a collar folds. This creates a more comfortable chair as well as adding a distinct visual detail. Collar combines technology and handcraft. The injection-moulded interior followed intense modelling.
The upholstery is tailored just like a made-to-measure suit. Even the buttons are upholstered to match the seat cushion, underscoring the importance of every last detail. Now a new version of the product has been conceived by Sancal: the Collar Mao. The original design sports a wing collar, the new version reminds us of a mandarin collar: hence the Mao reference. This version is slightly lighter and thinner, making it ideal as a dining chair. The feet are available in wood or metal. The ash is available in any wood colour from our collection. The metal is available in textured epoxy: black, grey or brown.
When shopping for new furniture, it helps to know what to look for to ensure you’re buying a sustainable product. According to a Nielsen survey, 63 per cent of Asia-Pacific respondents check a product’s packaging to ensure a brand is committed to positive social and environmental impact. Evidence of third-party certification is the best way to check the sustainability credentials of a product. Read more about GECA's criteria for furniture in our info sheet.
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