The Gubi 3D Chair, well known due to its innovative technique of moulding three-dimensional veneer, embodies forward-thinking, contemporary design and innovative craftsmanship. Ergonomically composed to provide the utmost comfort and support, the chair's 3D design provides a comfortable seat and sense of lightness, with all edges pointing away from the user. A timeless piece, the 3D collection has won several prestigious design awards and is included in the permanent exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York. Available in a range of colourways and finishes, the Gubi 3D Dining Chair - Wooden Base is as practical as it is iconic, ideally utilised around a dining table or as a stand-alone piece in a hallway or bedroom.
Poul Christiansen was born in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1947. He graduated from Copenhagen's Royal Academy of fine arts, School of Architecture, in 1973.
Boris Berlin was born in St. Petersburg, former Leningrad, USSR, in 1953. He graduated from the Institute of Applied Arts and Design, Leningrad in 1975.
Before establishing Komplot Design with Poul Christiansen, Berlin worked for Penta Design (computerized working place for Danish Post and Telegraph).