At the frontier of design and architecture, Léonard Kadid signs a new graphic and elementary chair for Kann Design.
TAL chair is the result of a research on structure and assembly guided by the notion of economy of means. Made of extruded aluminium, solid oak and oak plywood, the TAL modular system is available in a wide range of typologies and dimensions. By rationalizing the use of materials, the designer proposes a simple and understandable expression of the chair.
Its design appears obvious, free of mannerisms. At the frontier of design and architecture, the chair’s elementary lines bring aluminium T’s to the surface of the solid oak and create a unique and radical detail that can be found throughout the collection. Combining two structural functions, the aluminium profiles fixed under the seat act as beams and receive the solid oak legs that fit onto them. This assembly system allows Tal chairs to be easily disassembled and stored flat for transport or storage.