Two tubular stainless steel frames differ in width, so that one might fit into the other. The juncture serves as a rotation mechanism for the cross construction. The seat and the back are achieved by partial covering of the frames with different types of removable fabric, depending on indoor or outdoor use. Different chair typologies are achieved by changing the size of the frames and bend-ing them at different angles. Due to the difference in width, the seat and backrest fit into each other when folded, minimizing the space needed for their storage. The table plates are made of solid teak or HPL.