Betty is a stackable chair by Thau & Kallio for &Tradition. The chair is based on a creative element that usually remains hidden: the woven seat. It’s named after Copenhagen’s Betty Nansen Theatre, a wooden pavilion from 1857. The most striking feature of the chair is the exposed webbing seat that’s normally hidden under the frame. Thanks to the webbing design, the chair isn’t just light, it has an airy, almost transparent presence as well. On the other hand, it’s strong and flexible because the webbing adapts to the body.