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Petit Standard chair

Daniel Rybakken, 2020

Petit Standard chair Daniel Rybakken, 2020

The Petit Standard by Daniel Rybakken is both a quote (the iconic chaise Standard by Jean Prouvé) and the result of research: to create a highly stackable chair, where the stackable features would actually enhance the chair’s design.

Petit Standard fuses elegance and functionality in an iconic design. Using die-cast aluminium and steel tubes that connect into a three-dimensional triangle, the lightweight frame has a distinctively geometric silhouette, which is counterbalanced by the warmth and natural quality of the oak-veneer seat and backrest. 

The high back and curved seat ensure great comfort, while the rigid tubing optimises the chair’s strength and stacking ability, making it ideal for corporate environments, educational institutions, and private settings.

Petit Standard chair Daniel Rybakken, 2020
Petit Standard chair Daniel Rybakken, 2020
Petit Standard chair Daniel Rybakken, 2020

Dimensions W52,5 X D50 X H83 cmSeat height 47 cm 

Materials oak veneer, die-cast aluminium and steel tubes

Petit Standard chair Daniel Rybakken, 2020
Petit Standard chair Daniel Rybakken, 2020
Petit Standard chair Daniel Rybakken, 2020

Black stained oak
+ Black legs

Matt lacquered oak
+ Black legs

Matt lacquered oak
+ Pearl legs

Petit Standard chair Daniel Rybakken, 2020
Petit Standard chair Daniel Rybakken, 2020
Petit Standard chair Daniel Rybakken, 2020

Clay stained oak
+ Clay legs

Matt lacquered oak
+ Clay legs

Bordeaux stained oak
+ Bordeaux legs

Petit Standard chair Daniel Rybakken, 2020

Ultra blue stained oak
+ Ultra blue legs

Petit Standard chair Daniel Rybakken, 2020
Petit Standard chair Daniel Rybakken, 2020
Petit Standard chair Daniel Rybakken, 2020
Petit Standard chair Daniel Rybakken, 2020
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Daniel Rybakken

Daniel Rybakken

Born in 1984, Daniel Rybakken grew up in Oslo, Norway. He studied design at the Oslo School of Architecture and the School of Arts & Crafts in Gothenburg, Sweden before beginning his own practice there in 2008. 

Rybakken has received numerous awards, including the “Best of the Best” Red Dot Award in Singapore in 2007; the Anders Jahre’s Cultural Prize for Young Artists in Oslo in 2008; the Design Report Award for best designer at Salone Satellite in Milan in 2009; the Bruno Mathsson Award in 2011 and the London Design Medal and the Golden Chair from the Swedish Association of Architects in 2013. 

Focusing on the power of daylight, his work occupies the area between art and design, including limited editions, art installations, and prototypes for serial production. For HAY, he has designed Petit Standard, and Arbour, in collaboration with Andreas Engesvik.