Konstantin Grcic, 2014

The Allstar office chair by Konstantin Grcic imparts a relaxed home-like feel and sense of familiarity. Its rounded form exudes comfort and yields a calming influence on the fast-paced dynamic of today's offices. Allstar also satisfies all the necessary functions of a task chair, allowing it to be used wherever high functional performance is desired but a classic office chair would not be appropriate for aesthetic reasons – an especially ideal choice for modern workplace concepts.
Tress (22)Other colours
  •  01 light grey melange
    01 light grey melange
  •  06 ice grey melange
    06 ice grey melange
  •  10 pebble melange
    10 pebble melange
  •  11 blue-grey melange
    11 blue-grey melange
  •  13 teal blue melange
    13 teal blue melange
  •  12 steel blue melange
    12 steel blue melange
  •  19 blue melange
    19 blue melange
  •  18 royal blue melange
    18 royal blue melange
Leather (back and seat) (3)
Material description
  • Office swivel chair in accordance with EN 1335.
  • Backrest and seat: backrest in polyamide, coated with polyurethane foam. Height of backrest adjustable up to 5 cm using a quick release lever. Seat with contouring on the front edge, consisting of a polyamide seat plate, polyurethane foam and a seat cover stretched over the surface in fabric or leather.
  • Armrest/back bracket: loop frame made of polyamide that simultaneously serves as the armrest structure, back support and an extended arm of the technical mechanism. Available in 4 colours.
  • Mechanical unit: the synchronised mechanism can be locked in the upright position. Equipped with seat height and seat depth adjustment as standard features. In plastic (deep black).
  • Base: five-star base in polyamide (deep black) with double castors (Ø 60 mm, basic dark).
This product was designed by
Konstantin Grcic
Konstantin Grcic trained as a cabinetmaker at Parnham College in Dorset before studying industrial design at the Royal College of Art in London. In 1991 he set up his own Munich-based practice, Konstantin Grcic Industrial Design (KGID). The Vitra Design Museum devoted a monographic exhibition to Grcic and his work in 2014.
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