Offset-Frame Chair is a minimalist design created by Tokyo-based design firm Nendo. The stacking chair can be utilized in a variety of settings, including meeting areas or the open spaces of an office. The composition of the chair consists of a combination of a plastic resin shell with metal frame that unifies the back and seat section.
The metal frame slightly protrudes outward from the shell to allow the user to stack and unstack the chair with ease. The protrusion offers effortless maneuverability by taking hold of the frame behind the seat. In addition, the space between the protruded metal and seat can be used to hang towels or clothes.
The chair is available in eight different models with different frames ranging from arm chairs, caster chairs, and single-legged chairs. There are six color variations for the shells and three color variations for the frames, detachable fabric, and leather covers to choose from.
Photos by Hiroshi Iwasaki.