FIBER Lounge chair
Wood Base
design Iskos-Berlin

The Fiber Lounge chair completes the large family of the same name, which includes a multitude of chairs and stools available in many bases and shell types.

The Fiber Lounge offers a wide and enveloping seat designed to provide maximum comfort. With its soft lines and its neat design, it will perfectly find its place at home, in an office, or in a hotel lobby.

Material Shell in plastic composition with up to 25% wood fibers, upholstered with fabric or leather. Oak base

Upholstery Several Kvadrat fabrics, Camo leathers
Dimensions W60 x D69 x H74,4 cm – Seat height 38 cm

Quick Delivery

Black / Anthracite Black

Grey / Grey

White / Oak

Remix 133 fabric / Grey

Steelcut Trio 236 fabric / Oak

Customize your Fiber Lounge

The Fiber Lounge chair can be made on order with a wide range of fabrics and leathers. If you need samples, we will gladly send them freely to you (against deposit). Do not hesitate to contact us to talk directly of your project.

Lead-time approx. 4-6 weeks. 

Fiber Lounge chair – Wood base

Fabrics and Leathers


Refine Ligth Green leather (price group 6) / oak

Hero 211 fabric (price group 2) / Stained Dark Brown

Wooly 2016 B fabric (price group 1) / Oak

Easy Crushed Ice Leather (price group 5) / Anthracite Black

Planum 241 fabric (price group 3) / Oak

Sabi 551 fabric (price group 2) / Anthracite Black

Planum 351 fabric (price group 3) / Grey

Balder 912 fabric (price group 4) / Dusty Green


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.”