Named after its wing-like seat, the Mosquito chair is a true eye-catcher. Following in the footsteps of Eames’ moulded plywood experiments in the 1940s, the chair did not go into production when it was first created in 1953. Fortunately, thanks to the recent efforts of Rex Kralj to finally bring this exemplary chair to life, design enthusiasts can enjoy the patent-protected design today.
Founded by Niko Kralj in Slovenia in 1952, furniture company Rex Kralj has become known for its contribution to 20th century industrial design. Today, the company continues in his legacy and sheds new light on these iconic designs.
Delivery time is 2-4 weeks. We will contact you about the delivery. The sale price includes shipping.
Credits images: photography Wen van Woudenberg, styling by Design Studio Nu for Rex Kralj | Photography Andrew Walkinshaw
Material | ash with beech, oak and walnut
Colour | white - black - oak - walnut
W 46 cm x L 51 cm x H 81 cm