Originally designed in 1971, the lightweight and stackable OMKStak Chair incorporates a pressed steel seat and back panel fixed to a continuous tubular frame, making it extremely strong and durable.
What makes this chair unique is the combination of its functionality, its simplicity and its precise form. It is included in permanent collections of 20th century furniture around the world including the Victoria & Albert, Design Museum London and Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Pressed Steel Panels, Tubular Steel Frame, and Nylon Glides
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Perfect for indoor or outdoor use
Available with painted or chrome legs
Available in any RAL colour upon request
20th Century Design Icon
Premium build quality
The Maker /
OMK was founded by Rodney Kinsman in 1965 after graduating from the Central School of Art in London. Kinsman’s goal was to usher in a new era of modern British design. The company quickly became a key figure in the High-Tech design movement and produced many of the most successful furniture ranges retailed through Terence Conran’s Habitat stores in the 60s and 70s.
The Designer /
Rodney Kinsman graduated from the Central School of Art in London in 1965 with a goal to usher in a new era of modern British design. In 1966 Rodney founded OMK to produce the progressive designs he intended to create. The company quickly became a key figure in the High-Tech design movement and produced many of the highly successful furniture ranges retailed through Terence Conran’s Habitat stores in the ‘60s and ‘70s.