Manifesto chair of the future.
Its final form and properties, implied by monomateriality, are like a lens concentrating complex issues from the fields of ecology, technology and economics.
In 2019, Oskar Zięta decided to face the challenge of lightness again in the design of a functional product. The result of his research is Ultraleggera, a chair that amazes with its featherweight and attracts with its charm.
Playing with lightness
When Cassina began producing the Superleggera chair designed by Gio Ponti in 1957, experiments with strength and lightness of structure belonged primarily to the world of architecture. In their projects, such creators as Buckminster Fuller and Jean Prouvé raised the idea of the primacy of construction quality over form.
The world’s lightest chair
Please welcome the whole family.
- Ultraleggera Stool Standard
- Ultraleggera Stool Kitchen
- Ultraleggera Stool Bar
- Ultraleggera Coffee Table
The Ultraleggera family is a great representative of Mono-Material Thinking. Manufactured in aluminum, it is durable, fully recyclable, and ultralight. When all of those features are combined with functionality, we get the Ultraleggera family, with each of its members functioning as a certain definition of the object of the future. They manifest Zieta Studio’s values and the principles of the Circular Economy.