Size & Weight:
H: 79 x W: 53 x D: 53 x SH: 45 cm
7,2 kg
Product Information:

The shell is made of molded ash veneer with PU foam and textile or leather upholstery. The chair has a chrome frame mounted to the seat by slotting seamlessly into the millings underneath the shell. We do not recommend stacking upholstered chairs as it can leave marks on the surface. 

Interior Innovation Award – Selection 2014, Germany

Textile: Clean with upholstery cleaner. Leather: Clean with damp cloth. Use the foam from warm water with soap flakes. Make sure only to use ecological or perfume free soap flakes. Frequent vacuuming with a soft fitting is recommended for textile and leather to preserve color and appearance.



Just is a simple and understated stackable shell chair with lots of personality and character that is as beautiful when seen from below as from above. The frame is discretely tucked into the chair's molded shell, and the shell's tapering thickness gives it a friendly and welcoming expression.

Just Chair comes in a veneer version in a distinctive black or in natural, with a striking colored edge in black, red or grey. Just Chair is also available with upholstery in quality four textiles and durable leather, adding a whole new dimension to the chair.

The chair fits into most furniture schemes, and is ideal both around the dinner table and in the kitchen.



Iskos-Berlin Design is a partnership of Boris Berlin and Aleksej Iskos.
The company works within the fields of industrial, furniture and graphic design. Boris and Aleksej have been working together for several years before establishing their company Iskos-Berlin in 2010. In 1987, Boris co-founded Komplot Design, where Aleksej was employed as an assistant for more than 11 years. This long and fruitful cooperation has allowed them to develop a shared philosophy of design. In their own words:

"We see design as an art of storytelling. This story is normally quite complex, consisting of semantics, morphology, materiality, technology of objects and many other elements. But the clearer your story is, the more likely people are to understand it. The more surprising you make your story, the more likely they are to remember it. And finally the more you make people smile, the more likely they are to love it!"