Ginkgo

Designed by jehs+laub

Ginkgo

Designed by jehs+laub

The Ginkgo Chair is an elegant yet durable chair with an organic aesthetic that is both instantly recognizable and utterly unforgettable. Ginkgo’s iconic silhouette is trademarked by the complex curves, thin lines and optimal strength of its bent plywood shell. The range of design choices for the Ginkgo Collection come together to create a large family of possibilities for a multitude of applications.



The Ginkgo Chair is an elegant yet durable chair with an organic aesthetic that is both instantly recognizable and utterly unforgettable. Ginkgo’s iconic silhouette is trademarked by the complex curves, thin lines and optimal strength of its bent plywood shell. The range of design choices for the Ginkgo Collection come together to create a large family of possibilities for a multitude of applications.

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Ginkgo features an elegant bent plywood shell and stylish range of base options which combine to make a beautiful, contemporary guest chair. The Ginkgo chair line has been expanding since its original release in 2011. The range of design choices come together to create a large family of possibilities for a multitude of applications: Ginkgo can range from a stacking side chair to a sophisticated guest pull-up.

Design Features:

  • Contemporary bent plywood shell
  • Multiple base options include: four-leg metal, four-leg wood, four-prong caster, four-prong swivel glide, or four-prong memory return glide
  • Finish options include: oak or walnut veneer and black or white painted
  • Optional with upholstered seat pad, upholstered seat & back pad, upholstered interior liner or fully upholstered
  • Chair styles include: Mid Back Armless, Mid Back Arm, and High Back Arm chairs





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Photographer: Brandon Stengel

Photographer: Garrett Rowland

Photographer: Garrett Rowland

Photographer: Brian Gassell

Photographer: Gregory Cortez Media

Photographer: Eric Laignel
Firm: STUDIOS Architecture

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