Kaskel is a reinterpretation of an armchair: in place of a heavy seat shell it is constructed upon a skid base made from bent wire that traces the outlines of a shell chair. This frame supports the moulded wood seat and embraces it like a bracket. Moreover the two parts are constructually and visually interlinked by the jacketed arm rests. That way, Kaskel conveys the warmth and comfort of an easy chair while also appearing light and understated. Without effort it blends into any living environment and can be styled in various manners. There are three versions of Kaskel: Two are based on naturally coloured wood and corresponding powder coated wire, the third features both elements in bright orange.