A distinctive chair with charm: ›Frog‹. Designed in 1955, the stackable chair was originally developed for lecture theatres, and Herbert Hirche affectionately named his chair ›Frog‹. It features unique details, for example the colour of the metal elements in the armrest and seat always match the colour of the frame. Slightly modified designs of this charming piece of furniture had already been shown in the 1950s at the ›Bauen und Wohnen‹ exhibition in Stuttgart and at ›Kieler Wochen‹. ›Frog‹ is available in various colour combinations and in a natural oak design.
Herbert Hirche, 1955
tubular steel, powder coated black (RAL 9005), white (RAL 9010), pale green (RAL 6021), light pink (RAL 3015), nougat grey (NCS S 5005-Y20R) or chrome plated
seat and backrest
birch plywood, lacquered black (RAL 9005), white (RAL 9010), pale green (RAL 6021), light pink (RAL 3015), nougat grey (NCS S 5005-Y20R) or natural oak veneer, lacquered