Zenso Dining Chair
Designed by Formstelle for Zeitraum
Made in Germany
With Zenso Dining Chair, the designer duo Formstelle has developed a family of chairs of sculptural character. The collection should have been called “Enso” as the circular seat and back follow the motif of the Ensõ, a symbol in Japanese calligraphy: Although the Ensõ is a symbol and not a letter, it is one of the most common drawings in Japanese calligraphy. It symbolizes enlightenment and elegance, the universe and the void—a concept this dining chair embodies flawlessly.
- Oak natural or color stained
- American walnut
The expressive wooden frame of Zenso Dining Chair by Formstelle for Zeitraum incorporates two floating circles, the seat and the back of the chair. The frame consists of solid wood while the seat and back shell are made of molded wood and can be upholstered. Zenso is available in three configurations:
- Wooden seat and back shell
- Upholstered seat and back shell
- Upholstered seat and wooden back shell
- Solid wood frame in oak natural, oak color stain, or American walnut
- Veneered plywood seat and back
- Matte lacquer finish
- Optional upholstery in leather or fabric mounted with plastic glides
- Additional felt glides enclosed Wagner QuickClick®
German furniture maker Zeitraum represents a modern, minimalist design vocabulary and a sustainable approach to woodworking. Founded in 1990 in the Bavarian Alpine Upland of Germany, the brand draws from the wealth of experience gained over centuries in the woodworking regions of southern Germany and the Alps.