“Moebius” is a cantilevered chair designed by Envary for indoor and outdoor use, iconically attributing its steel frame structure to the idea of a weightless appearance. One can sit in 2 directions, not having to give up either back or arm rest. Made from differently sized and bent steel wires. The chair’s floating design involves a double frame construction that re-materialises as an array of directional gradients. Set in a gradual arrangement the chair’s thin wires visually shape the seating, arm and back rest areas, creating a rhythmic fluctuation of line patterns. In partial hindsight to classics such as Harry Bertoia’s Diamond Chair or Niels Gammelgaard lightweight wire chairs, the “Moebius” is pushing beyond what’s classically feasible in wire frame constructions, also establishing an aesthetic-functional juxtaposition.