The closed-loop legs of Spectre speak of integration, continuity, and seamlessness; a recurring Forakis Design theme.

Visually slim and light, the cross-section of the aluminum legs are at 45° leaving the chair poised on thin blades. A play in perspective, the shape dynamically transforms depending on the point of view.

With efficiency in mind, the leg frames are symmetrical, allowing the same part to be used left/right. Comprising the entire structure, they are bolted directly to the upholstered seat and back, resulting in the minimum number of parts.

work spectre
client dune
disciplines furniture
team jozeph forakis
year 2010