The chair that meets the user expectations. While designing the Baltic chair, Krystian Kowalski was driven by the idea of creating a multipurpose and multigenerational seat. His endeavour led to designing a form of superb adaptability that translates into a satisfactory user experience regardless of the given purpose.
Practicality at hand
The traditional four-legged base allows for situating the Baltic chair in numerous interior styles to be either a dining, meeting or waiting room chair.
Easy to maintain
The materials used to construct the Baltic help preserve the chair in good condition throughout the entire service life.
Good for the planet
The Baltic chair can be readily recycled thanks to its polypropylene and metal components, resulting in a low environmental impact.
As a hands-on designer my work process combines a full-scale models and prototypes with technology research and advance cad modelling. This methodical approach is focused on revealing the essence of each design. I believe experiencing the product is the only way to develop valuable furniture. Fundamentally I look at design as an exercise in creating value.