Poul Cadovius wanted to create a chair in the spirit of the time, inspired by other design chairs of the fifties, but lighter and more "petite", both in physical weight and in design expression. The chair was developed on a "less is more" concept, with a focus on the least possible material consumption, still maintaining a high level of detail and excellent comfort.
The thin, conical-shaped solid wooden legs give a light visual expression, which is further emphasized by two fine details; the hand-sanded rounding at the top of the back legs, and the finger jointed front legs. The seat is made of hand-woven paper cordel, and the backrest is moulded, which gives optimal seating comfort. It takes two hours just to hand-weave the seat, so the making of the chair is a time-consuming process that requires patience and high accuracy.