Our first nesting chair, Fuld has a crisp design that both reimagines and sets a new reference point for seating that “nests” together when not in use, saving on space. Designed by Stefan Diez, Fuld eschews the typical X shape for a sleek inverted Y with tubular arms. The back has a bit of flex, which helps keep you comfortable as you shift. With Fuld, the modest nesting chair gets the respect it deserves.
Elevates the aesthetic
With its refreshing aesthetic, Fuld is a standout among nesting chairs, enabling you to reconfigure space for different uses, such as breakout sessions and educational events, without sacrificing style. Designed for practicality, it features flip-up seats and wall-saving legs that prevent the seat-back from scraping against walls. Fuld’s unique lines and monochromatic or multicolor look enliven any space, even when stored in the open, proving that functional can be feisty.
A longstanding commitment to the environment influenced Diez’s design of Fuld. Its pioneering one-piece construction and tubular arms result in less waste in the production process. In addition, the 3D Knit textile, which is made from 50 percent post-consumer recycled content, is knitted to the chair’s exact dimensions, so there’s no fabric waste.