Alpine Chair is a minimal chair created by Paris-based designer Léonard Kadid. The Alpine chair is an outdoor chair constructed of bent aluminum that was designed to be inspired by the technological architecture of high altitude scientific observatories. The chair is easy to make, cost-effectively constructed, and can be supplied flat-packed. The lightweight framework is put together with the aid of twelve screws, and a technical fabric is utilized to finish it off. To withstand the many climatic conditions associated with outdoor use, the Alpine chair is powder coated or anodized. It is crucial because it provides strength, comfort, and lightness to seamlessly blend in all types of outdoor and indoor areas with a strong and quiet presence.