In 1953, Helge Sibast designed the No. 8 chair – where functionality meets aesthetics. As a notable addition to the Danish design wave in the 1950’s and 60’s, the No. 8 proved immensely popular and was sold around the world. Now more than 60 years later, the chair has been relaunched by the grandson and his wife, Ditlev and Anna Sibast.
The characteristic Y-shaped legs, the floating seat and the press-moulded backrest of the chair demand a heightened attention to detail and master craftsmanship to be able to create the unique character while retaining the chair’s sustainable design.