3.6 meter steel tubes.
0.4 meter flat steel mountings.
2.0 sqm veneer.
Weight 4.8 kg.
Seat and back in oak, birch, ash, walnut or polyamide.
9 standard stain colours.
8 standard polyamide colours.
Upholstered seat or fully upholstered.
4 legs or sledbase.
Chromed or powder coated frame, 30 standard colours.
With or without armrests.
Writing tablet, trolley.
Stacks and links.
Campus chair is launched in January at the fair in Cologne. 10 chairs were exhibited and drew instant attention already during the stand set-up.
Campus table is launched. Following the success of the chair series the natural choice was to design a table to match. Campus Conference Table in several different shapes and sizes was a well-received companion.
Campus is awarded with the Forsnäs Prize. The jurys motivation: “Minimal use of materials through innovative technical solution without detracting from function and comfort; elegant connection between legs and back; despite simplicity and reduced dimensions the chair has a strong and aesthetic expression.”
Campus is awarded with Best of Neocon, Gold Award in Chicago.
18.000 no of Campus chairs are sold only in Japan. Japan is one of the markets were Campus was very well received already from the start.
Campus celebrates 10 years of being Lammhults yearly bestselling product thus making it a true success story.
Largest Campus order to France is delivered to Campus des Metiers et de l’Entreprise in Bobigny outside Paris including 1830 chairs and 70 tables.
Campus Air is launched. A plastic version of Campus introduces the chair to outdoor use and also becomes a choice in more heavy-duty environments.
Campus series has been sold in over 1 million units.
Campus and Campus Air gets a sledbase which increases the possibilities of Campus even further.
The largest Campus order number wise, 2600 Campus Air chairs are delivered to Malmö Högskola, Sweden.
Campus celebrates 25 years.
Also in association with Campus chair´s 25th anniversary Swedish fashion label HOPE Stockholm was asked to make their version of Campus. The result – a sturdier feel using a larger frame dimension and letting the industrial meet the natural in the form of a soft removable sheep plaid. The orange striped upholstery hints about the 70´s, when not only furniture but also our minds were softer. HOPE wanted to bring the mainly in public used Campus into the private home.
The 24 carat gold plated frame serves to further play with opposites and contrasts. Photographer Mikael Olsson has captured HOPEs concept ’Elevated Realism’ which, in an elevated and appealing manner, aims to reflect authenticity and human presence in the photos.
Design Manager Frida Bard at Hope Stockholm explains: ”As Campus turns 25 years our goal has been to focus on a younger audience. We wanted to make people of the same age as Campus to feel appealed to the chair.”