sled base

design Iskos-Berlin, 2014 

The Fiber Chair with sled base shares the same shell as the other Fiber chairs, made of a composite mixing 25% wood fibers with plastic, which gives the shell a deep and singular surface, with a soft and matte touch. Although invisible from a distance, the wood fibers are revealed when you observe the shell more closely.

The shape of the shell of the Fiber chairs is designed to be compact externally – to take up little space in the room – while providing a spacious and comfortable seat.

Speaking about their design, the Iskos-Berlin duo said: «Rather than creating a family of chairs with a dramatic and surprising aesthetic, we have taken advantage of a subtle design that ticks the boxes of the form, comfort, materials and aesthetics. »

Available in two types of chair, a lounge chair, two bar stools and a stool – all with different base options – the Fiber family offers elements suitable for all areas of the house, whether it is a living room, a kitchen area or a home office.

Members of the Fiber family are available in a variety of shell colors, as well as fabric or leather upholstered versions. Many combinations are available in pre-composed versions for quick deliveries. To these are added tailor-made versions (do not hesitate to contact us).

Legs powder coated steel — various colours
Seat without upholstery composite of recycled plastic and wood fibers

Made in an innovative composite of plastic and 25% wood fibers, the Fiber Armchair has a textured, matte surface and soft, inviting touch. When viewed from afar, the wood fibers of its shell blend into the surface for a matte finish yet appear when viewed up-close for a modern sentiment.

The Fiber Chairs can be ordered with a unupholstered shell, a front upholstered shell and a fully upholstered shell. 

Fabrics & Leathers

Unupholstered without armrest


black / black

white / white

dusty green / dusty green

grey / grey

ochre / white

white / grey

Full upholstery without armrest


Remix 133 fabric (price group 1) / grey

Planum III fabric (price group 3) / grey

Sabi 631 fabric (price group 2) / black

Divina 966 fabric
(price group 3) / white

Twill Weave 280 fabric
(price group 4) / black

Endure Leather cold white
(price group 7) / dusty green

Unupholstered shell with armrests


ochre / black

black / black

dusty green / dusty green

dusty green / white

grey / grey

white / white

Full upholstery with armrests


Refine Leather black
(price group 6) / black

Divina 686 fabric
(price group 3) / white

Remix 133 fabric
(price group 1) / grey

Hallingdal 103 fabric
(price group 3) / dusty green

Remix 183 fabric
(price group 1) / black

Easy Leather plaster
(price group 5) / black

Plastic shell + front upholstery with armrests


white shell + Remix 133 fabric
(price group 1) / white

black shell + Endure Leather dark green (price group 7) / black

grey shell + Hero 101 fabric
(price group 2) / grey

dusty green shell + Clara 188 fabric
(price group 2) / dusty green

white shell + Clay 1 fabric
(price group 4) / black

ochre shell + Balder 942 fabric
(price group 4) / white


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.”