Sitz - Sitz’s seat and back utilize simple arcs to keep the user comfortable, and to keep from restricting the seating position. The seat and back are made from three 1/8th inch sheets of Baltic birch plywood laminated together using a form. The chair back fits into a slot in the chair seat, and is held together by three polished stainless steel rods that protrude through, and hold the chairs legs together by pressure fitment. Two rods are under the seat’s rear edge, and one above it, creating a springboard feel to the seat. The chair back has a tab that fits through the seat, which prevents the whole assembly from slipping out from between the rods. The legs are cut in gradual and simple arcs, thus leaving the form uncomplicated. The simple shape of the legs and the fact that no complicated processes are needed to make them reduces manufacturing time, and would allow the use of scrap wood.