Reserved elegance combined with high seating comfort. With the S 60 Glen Oliver Löw succeeded in reinterpreting the cantilever chair and developing a contemporary version. The seat shell made of moulded plywood is connected with the tubular steel frame via the armrests. Milled openings increase air circulation and visually structure the backrest. The armrests, covered with a soft plastic material, taper towards the back and are connected to the seat shell. The diameter of the tubular steel is reduced to a minimum, which makes this comfortable chair lightweight and gives it an elegant, clear appearance.
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Glen Oliver Löw, born 1959 in Leverkusen, earned his industrial design diploma at Wuppertal University. He designed products and interior concepts for reputed companies in partnership with Antonio Citterio. He opened his own design studio in Hamburg in 2000 and since then has been developing products for, among others, Thonet and Steelcase. In addition, he teaches product design and development at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Hamburg.
|Armrest height||65 cm|
|Seat height||46 cm|