Tio Chairs x 4


Designer : Chris Martin

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Tio chair by the Swedish Massproductions is an elegant, stackable chair made solely from steel wire. Due to its transparency and clarity of design, the Tio chair blends in well with a large variety of architectural styles. The Tio chair is suitable both for indoor and outdoor use. Made of galvanized metal wire covered with a polyester powder coat, the chair is available in a variety of colours.

Size: w500 x d510, sh445, h775mm.

Option of acrylic outdoor seat pads €130.00 each. UV resistant, mould proof, water repellent etc.

Pads are not completely weatherproof due to the fam core, but they will withstand a light shower.

They can be quickly removed and reattached with the two Velcro straps for anything worse.

See all Tio table.

The British designer Chris Martin moved to Stockholm to do freelance work for IKEA. However, Martin wanted to change his work to a more sustainable and quality-driven direction, so that there would be fewer filters between him and the final product. He met the Swedish designer Magnus Elebäck and together they founded the furniture company Massproductions in 2009.

For Massproductions, Martin designs products in a traditional Nordic way, without forgetting to add in elements from other cultures, as well. His design work is characterised by his ability to unite functionality with an innovative, even artistic appearance. In 2020, Martin was awarded with the prestigious Bruno Mathsson Prize.


In 2009 two designers, sharing a neo-modernist vision of functional, elegant design, decided to break free of PR-driven product strategies to create a furniture company focusing on the interplay between object and context. In order to realise their vision, they assumed control of the entire production chain – manufacturing, sales and marketing. This pioneering approach has paid off handsomely, not only in design clarity, but also in distinguished awards, renowned clients and representation in the permanent collection of the Swedish National Museum of Arts.

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