The seley bench is the result of two years of work and collaboration with the Swiss designer Frédéric Dedelley. The project took shape according to the basic concept of the horgenglarus chairs developed in the last century in the 1920s, which is still valid today: at that time, the company succeeded in manufacturing a solid curved seat frame from a single piece of wood, which allowed the legs to be fixed firmly in place.
The seley model consists of a minimum number of elements: two front and two rear legs with a square cross section, a seat and a backrest. As usual at horgenglarus, the seat frame and legs are made of solid wood. The plywood backrest and armrests give continuity to the bench. The thermal bending and the cut make it unique: a comfortable and ergonomic shell.