Designed by Konstantin Grcic for Mattiazzi

Mattiazzi Primo Chair

Black Mattiazzi Primo stacking chair, viewed from a 45-degree angle.

A stacking chair with a strong architectural presence

Four Mattiazzi Primo stacking chairs—two black and two with a light wood finish—viewed from various angles.

Mattiazzi Primo Chair

Konstantin Grcic wanted to give his Primo Chair a strong, architectural presence, so he made the legs assertively vertical. Then he stripped the form back to its essence to create a stackable chair that’s stunning in its simplicity. A gracefully curved back perfectly tempers this austerity. As a result, the Mattiazzi Primo Chair stands alone boldly and self-assuredly, even as it’s designed to be used in groups.

“I think a chair that has completely vertical front and back legs has a very different presence. It relates to space and architecture.”

Konstantin Grcic

Product Designer Konstantin Grcic