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Slim Chair

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Slim Chair

The Slim Chair has been engineered to take the most from the structural features of plywood and combines high bending resistance with an extraordinary low weight.

Made using standard 18mm plywood, the Slim Chair is very easy to fabricate and with a very simple assembly process. Once mounted the result is industrial-strength like and, even due to it’s apparent lightness, can withstand heavy loads. Not only that, you can fit three Slim Chairs onto a standard sheet of plywood which allows cost savings at the material level.

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  • Depth: 505mm
  • Height: 810mm
  • Width: 410mm

Quality materials and neat features

All Opendesks are made from quality, FSC-certified baltic plywood. Coming from managed forestry, it’s good to know your desk was sustainably grown.

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What makes the Slim Chair different?

The Slim Chair is designed to be manufactured by a network of independent makers all around the world. This is possible thanks to Opendesk’s alternative supply chain - designers share designs for products that can be downloaded and made locally using the latest digital tools.

We call this model ‘Open Making’.

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Locally made near you

Opendesk’s global community of makers is 200+ strong and growing daily. We’ll always try and find a maker as close to you as possible - so that your furniture is made on demand and only transported that ‘final mile’ from workshop to your workspace.