Stephen Kenn x Victorinox Stepladder Chair

Sep 13, 2016

Category: Living

What happens when you get one of the most well known multi-tool manufacturers in the world together with a boutique furniture designer from L.A.? A line of multi-functional and incredibly attractive furniture, that’s what.

The simple, intuitive, and elegant design of this Stepladder Chair was meant to reflect the similarly brilliant build behind the Swiss Army Knife. Despite this showy multi-use feature, what first strikes you as you look at it is the stark contrast between the vegetable tanned leather sling seats and the heavy powder coated steel. It’s the kind of piece that would be perfectly at home in a large industrial loft or in a modern home. Only after further inspection do you really notice the most fun part of the piece. After the user unlatches the back leather clips, the chair easily opens on a hinge to reveal a stepladder. Watering your plants just got that much more fancy. Prices for this chair are set at $1,800. [Purchase]

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