Wanting to update the classic Thonet 214 (originally No. 14) bistro chair for French eatery Corso, designer Robert Stadler came up with 107, a modern twist on the iconic chair with the spirit of the original. Meant to be an inexpensive seating options for cafes, 214's bentwood back is now costly to produce, while 107's flatter elements are almost entirely automated.
In other news, check out this NYC loft where all the walls move, and have you created Pinterest secret boards yet? See the headlines after the jump.
• A Creative Twist On A Bentwood Classic That Honors The Original | Co.Design
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(Image: Robert Stadler via Co.Design)