Artu, the renowned furniture brand committed to simple and meaningful designs, partnered with the talented German designer Moritz Putzier to create the Taptap Chair.
The Taptap Chair showcases a distinctive low backrest designed for unparalleled comfort and versatility. Its adaptability makes it a perfect fit for various seating positions, making it a versatile choice for any setting, whether it's a living room, office, or other spaces where flexibility is valued. With an imaginative blend of geometric shapes and balanced proportions, the Taptap Chair captivates attention and sparks curiosity, which perfectly embodies Artu's commitment to offering visually appealing products with a touch of simplicity and meaning. The tripod Taptap chair comes as collection with matching stool and is made of solid ash with colour stained surface finishing.
Its unconventional lower bracket adds an element of surprise and interactivity, blurring the line between a chair and a stool. Moritz Putzier, the designer behind the Taptap Chair, describes his design philosophy as something "with a little twist" that prefers not to push its way into the center of attention but rather as a hidden aesthetic that defines itself through a playful attention to detail. Putzier believes in designs that allow users to discover the chair's functionality through interaction, akin to getting to know someone.
Artu, the ambitious and relatively young furniture brand, is dedicated to bringing simple, minimalistic, and meaningful designs to the furniture market. With a focus on creating visually appealing products that elevate interior spaces, Artu collaborates with a diverse range of designers. They have worked with talents from Ukraine, including Pavlov Veltrow, known for the Moss Sofa, and the creation of the Wax Chair.