Myko Chair with Metal Legs

Part chair, part work of craft art, Myko is another example of why Stefan Borselius is held in such high regard in design circles. A designer’s designer. There’s a sense of security in the way Borselius works, sketching heavily and constructing prototypes which could well be sold straight off. Perfect proportions, precise construction, minimal waste and fine use of materials. Surround your dining table with them, or slide one under your desk, and you’ll soon find excuses to sit for a while longer than usual.

Myko is part of a family that includes wood base, metal base and wheelbase with optional arm rests.

Price Guide : From $1991.00
Availabilty : 18 weeks


designer country of origin warranty
Stefan Borselius Sweden 5 Years


W 48cm, with armrest 55cm
D 58cm, Seat D 42cm / H 86cm / SH 45cm
Armrest H 67.5cm


Molded seat, legs in metal, wood and wheel base. Armrests optional. Upholstered in leather, fabric or combination. 

Legs in metal with standard RAL.


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Stefan Borselius

Stefan Borselius was born in Malmö in 1974 and is currently living in Skåne. He has a scholar letter in furniture knitters from Stenebyskolan and is a trained designer. He has studied Carl Malmsten's design education and furniture and interior architecture at Konstfack in Stockholm.
The cooperation with Fogia started after Stefan Borselius and Fogia's CEO Marcus Huber met in Milan. Deep discussions about furniture, design and visions were initiated, trust in each other and immediately afterwards, cooperation on new targets was begun.


- As a designer, but also as a trained furniture maker, I appreciate Fogia. A factory where everything is manufactured from scratch, from wood stick to finished product, is not common nowadays. With multi-year knowledge, traditions and new visions, good conditions are created for designers to make new and better furniture, says Stefan Borselius.