The BABILA wooden chair has been designed starting from the variable-thickness-plywood technique. This technique makes possible to have different thicknesses at different points of the shell, to obtain a variable mechanical resistance. The lower part is thicker to house the legs and is characterised by a chamfer on the lower edge that creates an optical effect of thinning. The backrest instead tapers upwards until reaching the minimum thickness of 6mm, which gives elasticity and comfort. The legs and the shape of the backrest evoke the tradition of handmade wooden chairs, updating it.