1:6 scale miniature Enzo Mari Sedia 1123 P chair 
Miniature Enzo Mari Sedia 1123 P chair
Noted Italian modernist artist and furniture designer Enzo Mari was born in 1932 in Novara, Italy. He studied at the Brera Academy in Milan, Italy from 1952 to 1956. Mari designed the Sedia 1 Chair for his 1974 Do-It-Yourself furniture manual Autoprogettazione. miniature Sedia 1123 P chair 
This was a collection of furniture that consisted of simple and affordable materials and simple techniques. The booklet included images and detailed plans of 19 pieces of furniture (9 tables, miniature Sedia 1123 P chair 
3 chairs, a bench, a bookshelf, a wardrobe and 4 beds) all made from standard timber sizes, cut
to specific lengths, and assembled using only simple
Sedia 1 Chair was the first piece to go into production with Artek in 2010. In line with the original idea of the project, it is supplied in a box containing 13 pine planks, 48 nails and a hammer, along with instructions needed to assemble the chair. Materials of the full-scale Sedia1 chair include untreated pine.
Manufactured by Artek. artek
A kit of parts - the parts for the full-scale Sedia 1123 P chair 
I’ve mentioned before that once a month or so, I google ‘miniature chairs’ to see what’s new and interesting. Recently I stumbled across this miniature Mari Sedia 1 chair, which is produced by Sandro Catani's studio (and the article is dated 2009).
The 1/6 scale version is completely hand-made using wood and nails as specified on the original project design. The miniature can be found on www.sandrocatani.it
. Thanks to Michel for the information.
D-I-Y: Enzo Mari demonstrates how to assemble the Sedia 1123 P chair
(run time 6 min)
Dimensions of the 1:6 scale miniature Sedia 1 chair (L/H/W):
miniature Sedia 1 (project 1123 P) chair with Enzo Mari's Autoprogettazione book