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Robin Day 1950s Q Stak chair

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We're big fans of Robin Day's stylish and functional designs, having previously featured the likes of the Poly armchair and the Polo chair. And the Q Stak chair is another design worthy of your attention.

Designed in 1952, it's  versatile little number, perfect for a dining chair or occasional chair. And when you no longer need these mid-century gems, just stack them up neatly in a corner (hence the name).

The chair was originally made to a brief, with the requirement that the Q Stack be made from as few components as possible (post-war shortages and all that). That minimalism keeps it contemporary today, with a few additions from maker Loft for the modern era, including concealed fixings and a choice of white, beech or walnut veneer finish. Still the same support for your back though.

If you want one, the Q Stak retails for £129.

Find out more at the Loft International website

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