Comback Chair from Space

Kartell revisits the classic 18th Century Windsor ‘Comb Back’ chair, with this contemporary take by Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola

03 Apr 2013 —   Sponsored

Just arrived in Australia, the Comback features a backrest consisting of seven “teeth” spreading out towards the lumbar region where they meet a reinforced hexagonal rim before extending down to join the seat.  Perfectly proportioned, the Comback is a single mould chair made from batch-dyed thermoplastic technopolymer. 

Comback is available in four versions, each embodying both comfort and functionality with a well balanced appreciation of the past.

The Comback chair is available as:

  • SWIVEL CHAIR: four legs and a swivel shaft in white or black
  • SLED CHAIR: two  slim tubular side legs available in White, Black, Orangey Red, Yellow, Grey Blue or Hazelnut
  • WOODEN CHAIR: four oak-stained Ashwood or white or black painted Beechwood legs
  • ROCKING: two rocker legs/runners in Oak-stained Ashwood

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