Interior architect Olli Mannermaa (1921–1998) had a long career with Tehokaluste, which is now Martela. Mannermaa is known particularly for his Kilta chair, which he designed in 1955. At the time of its creation Kilta was a ground-breaking chair, as its frame was cast out of a single piece of expanded plastic. Kilta is still in production, and the chair is part of the collections of museums such as MoMA in New York.
Mini Kilta - Universal chair with five star base, castors and height adjustment
The mini Kilta chair with castors and with both height adjustment and a swing mechanism allows small back-and-forth movement. Mini Kilta is suitable for conference rooms as well as drop-in desks in activity based offices. Mini Kilta is smaller than the Kilta chair and has no armrests.
Seat: fully upholstered
Base: polished aluminium
Variants and features
221RG = fully upholstered, five star base with castors, height adjustment, tilt mechanism
Seat height c. 42-55 cm.