Cassina's Zig Zag chair is a design by Dutch architect Gerrit Rietveld of the year 1932 that stands out from all conventional image, without legs and formed only by flat surfaces. It is characterized by the simplicity of its design, despite its complex construction process, and the use of a single material. It can adopt a double function, being used as a chair or as an assistant. It is currently part of the permanent collection of the MOMA in New York.
Details: natural cherry wood, natural ash or ash dyed colors. Seat height: 43 cm.