The Vica Chair for Moooi by renowned Dutch designer Bertjan Pot.
May 4th, 2010
The Vica Chair whimsically embodies the designer’s fascination with materials and production processes.
Suitable for commercial application the stackable chair offers a unique and comfortable seating solution.
Steel frame is covered in a rope like polyester sleeve and upholstered in Kvadrat Field fabric on fire retardant foam.
The colour range consists of either black (grey, black and yellow sleeve), grey (grey, light grey and orange sleeve), or red (red, yellow and orange sleeve).
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