Zeitraum Zenso Chair
Question concerning the product
With Zenso, the designer duo Formstelle has developed a family of chairs of sculptural character - the expressive wooden frame incorporates two floating circles, the seat and the back of the chair. Actually, it should have been called 'Enso'. The round circles follow the motif of the Ensõ, a symbol in Japanese calligraphy. It symbolizes enlightenment and elegance, the universe and the void, but also symbolises Japanese aesthetics in itself - as an 'expression of the moment'.
Zeitraum was founded in 1990 on the premise that quality, design and sustainability should always go hand in hand. The contribution to a world worth living in is a basic element of the corporate strategy. To offer complete transparency about its products, Zeitraum has developed a future-oriented sustainability assessment, the 'FURNITURE FOOTPRINT' for its furniture. As far as the sustainable value chain is concerned, a natural product is not necessarily 'a good product'! They also make every effort to maintain transparency with respect to the materials that are used, as well as also ensure that all materials meet the highest standards with respect to toxic emissions and are therefore continuously working on optimized solutions.
Zeitraum uses only raw materials that are renewable, biodegradable or recyclable.
The Zenso collection by Zeitraum is highly customizable. For the Zenso chair you have the following options to choose from:
Seat+back rest shell: veneered plywood - oak, colour stained oak, American walnut
Frame/base: solid wood - oak, colour stained oak, American walnut
All options can be freely combined with each other. Should you be interested in a different version than the ones offered here, we gladly advise you personally!
Also discover numerous other styles of this product in our shop.
|Material||oak, wood, walnut|
|Colour||brown, light brown, natural, walnut|
|Size (h x w x d) in cm||79 x 48,5 x 54|
|Seat height in cm||46|