Ilmari Tapiovaara, 1946


A masterpiece of modern furniture design, the Domus Chair was created as part of a series of furniture for the Domus Academica student housing complex in Helsinki. Comfortable enough to allow sitting for long periods of time, the Domus Chair achieved great success internationally, becoming known as “The Finn Chair.” The characteristic short arms mean that the Domus Chair can be pulled close to a table, perfect for studying at a desk and dining, while offering the necessary support and comfort. Elegant and timeless, Domus Chair's three-dimensionally curved seat is both ergonomic and highly comfortable. Designed in 1946 by Ilmari Tapiovaara, Domus Chairs have been placed in homes and public spaces around the world ever since.

  • Stackable dining chair
  • Frame in solid wood
  • Available in solid oak with clear lacquer, solid birch with black lacquer, white lacquer, clear lacquer, honey stain, or walnut stain
  • Available unupholstered, with seat upholstery, or with seat and front upholstered
  • Upolstery available in a range of fabrics and leathers
  • Stackable up to four chairs
  • 22.8"w 21.3"d 31.3"h 17.5"sh
  • Made in Finland by Artek