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Potato Armchair | Dining or Work Modular Chair | Gibson Karlo | DesignByThem

Joining our staple collection is the new Potato Armchair, designed by Gibson Karlo. Made for adaptability, Potato Armchair features a generous fully upholstered seat with armrests, optional leather handles and 6 different bases to suit your needs.


Potato Armchair | Dining or Work Modular Chair | Gibson Karlo | DesignByThem

Spoilt for Choice

Potato Armchair is available in our extensive range of house upholstery or your own material. Choose from all the bases you know and love — plus a new Italian-made Swivel Gaslift.


Potato Armchair | Dining or Work Modular Chair | Gibson Karlo | DesignByThem
Potato Armchair | Dining or Work Modular Chair | Gibson Karlo | DesignByThem

"Our aim was to emulate all of the round cuteness of the original Potato Chair whilst allowing the flexibility to mix and match bases, fabrics and handle finishes. At its core, the collection is functional and utilitarian but that doesn't mean it can't be a bit fun." - Nicholas Karlovasitis & Sarah Gibson, designers.


Potato Armchair | Dining or Work Modular Chair | Gibson Karlo | DesignByThem

Available to order now. Get in touch to explore materials or get a quote.


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Photography by Pete Daly



Meet the Designers


  • GIBSON KARLO

    Sarah Gibson & Nicholas Karlovasitis

    Designers Sarah Gibson and Nicholas Karlovasitis established DesignByThem in 2007 after graduating as Industrial Designers at the University of Technology Sydney. As co-directors and industrial designers, the two design products for DesignByThem and have grown the company to include a curated collection of furniture, accessories and lighting from a stellar cohort of Australian designers.

    Nicholas and Sarah believe highly in education, both previous lecturers at the University of Technology Sydney and are continuously involved in design panels and industry talks across Australia. They have won multiple awards, exhibited and worked on projects internationally, and have had their work acquired by the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences.

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