Designed by Skrivo, the inspiration for the initial concept came from tailoring to create a more comfortable chair.
As its name suggests, the design is inspired by a shirt. The original version’s arms fold over, just like a button-down collar, whereas the Mao edition sports a compact mandarin-style band, ideal when looking to fit more chairs around a table.
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 and the piping are upholstered to match the seat cushion, underscoring the importance of every last detail.
Three options are available for the base, four in wood, another four in metal and a wheeled base. The ash legs are available in a wide range of colours illustrated in our table. The feet are finished in black matte epoxy whereas the metal base and column can be lacquered as per our chart.
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