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New colours for the Gubi Chair

Gubi Hirek Chairs


Gubi is launching their award-winning Gubi chair in four stylish new colours: Blue Morning, Midnight Grey, Misty Grey and Orange Sweets will be available in the injection-moulded HiRek material alongside the existing black and white.

The Gubi Chair collection, was designed by Boris Berlin and Poul Christiansen of Komplot Design and is one of Gubi's most innovative product ranges. It was the first furniture design to be based on the innovative technique of moulding three-dimensional plywood and was initially produced in several variations of wood which can be upholstered in a wide range of colours. The 3-D design ensures a comfortable seat and gives the chair a sense of lightness, the technology making it possible to reduce the thickness of the plywood to half that normally used. The HiRek version, introduced in 2009 is a robust and stylish addition to the original Gubi Chair collection. 

The Gubi Chair is remarkable for the breadth of the collection and its versatility. The new colourful HiRek chairs come in complimentary colours that team well with the classic wood or upholstered GUBI Chair, thus providing multiple combination options.  The three-dimensional chair shell gives consistency to any grouping so customers can customise their choices and thus be the architects of their own, unique interior layouts.

The GUBI Chair has received numerous design awards. In 2004, the Museum of Modern Art in New York chose the chair for its permanent collection.


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About Komplot Design

Founded in 1987, Komplot Design, a partnership of Poul Christiansen & Boris Berlin, has designed furniture and created multidisciplinary design soluions for both Danish and international companies. Their Gubi chair design has been displayed in important exhibitions, such as MoMA, 2004 and has won several prestigious awards, including The Danish Design Prize 2004 and the RED DOT Design Award 2004.