The Fiber Family is made in an innovative composite of plastic and pine wood fibers, giving the shell a uniquely deep surface and soft, matte touch. Though invisible to the eye when viewed from afar, the natural details of the pine wood fibers are revealed when viewing the design up-close.
Combined with its unique material, the Fiber family is designed in a simple form that is slender on the outside – taking up little space in the room – while having a spacious inner, created for maximum comfort.
Speaking on the design, Iskos-Berlin says: “Rather than making a family of chairs that had a loud and interrupting expression, we wanted to perfect the design in a subtle way, ticking off the boxes of shape, comfort, materials and aesthetic.”
Spanning across three chair typologies, two bar stools and a stool – all with various base options – there is a Fiber design for any space of the home, whether it be a living room, kitchen area or home office.
All members of the Fiber Chair Family are available in a variety of shell colors along with both textile and leather upholstery as Ready-To-Ship options, ready to be sent on their way to you. Adding to that, Muuto offers an extensive number of Made-To-Order options, allowing you to choose the exact upholstery and base of the design for your individual taste and functional needs.
from 235 €
from 259 €
from 305 €
from 349 €
w/o backrest, wood base
SH 65 or 75 cm
from 339 €
with backrest, wood base
SH 65 or 75 cm
from 369 €
Iskos-Berlin is a Copenhagen-based design duo that has made waves within furniture, industrial and graphic design. The studio, formerly known as Komplot Design, has collaborated with some of the world’s most prestigious manufacturers and their furniture, lighting, and other design products, are exhibited at numerous design museums around the world, including MoMA and the Danish Design Museum.
On Their Design Philosophy: “We see design as an art of storytelling. This story is normally quite complex, consisting of semantics, orphology, materiality, technology of objects and many other elements. But the clearer your story is, the more likely people are to understand it. The more surprising you make your story, the more likely they are to remember it. And finally, the more you make people smile, the more likely they are to love it.”
On Scandinavian Design: “Time passes and life goes on. Wild flowers of Scandinavian muutos are growing on the roof of the museum buildings of our design heritage. It is more than natural; it is life-affirming.”