NERD Chair

design David Geckeler, 2012

Muuto is introducing water-based lacquer to a range of existing designs, specially developed for the brand. This new technic emits fewer chemicals than standard lacquers for healthier indoor climates while making for better working conditions in the production phase. 

Adding to this, several new colors of existing designs are also being introduced to our collection of new perspectives on Scandinavian design. The new colors have been carefully selected to further tell the design story of the Visu and Nerd Series. The Nerd Series by German designer David Geckeler is introduced in Sand Yellow and Tan Rose, enhancing the vibrant and playful character of the Nerd Chair and the Nerd Bar Stool while the color of Midnight Blue adds a sophisticated contrast to the contemporary expression of the Nerd Series.

All-wood chair, form-pressed into shape for the back and seat, and then glued together with the solid wood legs, the Nerd chair is the winner of Muuto Talent Award 2011. In coloured ash or in oak, the Nerd chair is available in different finishes.

Dimensions H79 cm x W45.5 cm x D51.5 cm – Seat height 47 cm

Materials seat and back in veneer, legs in solid wood. Natural oak or painted ash with water-base lacquer

NERD Chair
Black
389 €

NERD Chair
White
389 €

NERD Chair
Grey
389 €

NERD Chair
Oak
389 €

NERD Chair
Green
389 €

NERD Chair
Tan Rose
389 €

NERD Chair
Midnight blue
389 €

NERD Chair
Sand yellow
389 €

NERD Chair
Stained dark brown
389 €

+ 4 black felt glides for Nerd
14 €

+ 4 black felt glides for Nerd
14 €

David Geckeler

David Geckeler is an industrial designer, based in Berlin working across furniture, interior, tableware and lighting. With his Nerd Chair for Muuto, Geckeler was honored with Becker’s International Design Award in 2011.

“My approach to design is affected by an attentive and analytical view on the environment. The principles that I seek in my objects are simplicity, detail-orientation, and a pinch of courage. The excitement during the creation process arises from a longing for sensible interaction between owner and object. To me, once the impression has drifted off, it is the long-standing fascination for an object or product that constitutes good design.”

"Scandinavian design is unique in terms of tradition and quality. I find it fascinating to see a new generation of young designers transform and reinterpret this heritage. A high degree of respect and appreciation towards design of this specific traditional background is the perfect foundation to leverage Scandinavian design into the next generation.”