Timb is the fundamental essence of a chair whose clean and humble design emerges from its function, which is why designer Simon Legald considers his new wooden chair to be a particularly meaningful addition to Normann Copenhagen’s collection of dining chairs. The name Timb is an expression of the chair’s simple vision for the value of its material.
The Timb chair’s humble nature allows the design to blend easily and elegantly into almost any environment, yielding space to other more prominent elements of the interior. The solid craftsmanship is visible from all angles, and there is a distinct structure to its shape that also allows for repetition, making Timb an excellent choice not just for the home but for cafés, restaurants, cafeterias and educational institutions as well. A wooden chair for all.
The Timb chair has a simple wooden structure with a richness of detail in the contrast between its curves and sharp lines. Its artisan traditions are also visible in its elegant dowel joints, which make it possible to manufacture the chair without the need for screws, allowing the wood itself to act as focal point.
The chair comprises a frame of solid ash and a wide, comfortable seat and backrest made from ash veneer. Timb is available in a golden brown (tan) or black lacquered edition, either with or without armrests.
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