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  • Kartell - Audrey Chair, without armrests
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    Kartell - Audrey Chair, without armrests
    Audrey is a versatile chair by Kartell, which has been designed by Piero Lissoni. The combination of aluminium and plastic especially characterize the chair and it makes the chair rich of facets and apparently exciting. Eclecticism and versatility, modernity and elegance in the details of the surfaces and materials make the Audrey chair innovative for rooms of all kinds. The simple, pure lines of Kartell’s Audrey ensure that it feels homely in the most different furnishings. In the office, at home, in object areas and even outside it looks great. Kartell produces the Audrey chair with a frame of aluminium, the seat is made of polypropylene. The outdoor-adapted Audrey is also available with frames and covers in other colours. An edition with armrests is also available. The chair by Kartell is also available upholstered: Audrey Soft.
  • Kartell - Lizz
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    Kartell - Lizz
    Lizz is a chair with geometrical, straight lined design, whose severity is slightly broken by the inclined back legs. At dining tables or in the living room is where the Kartell chair is distinctive. And also in object areas or waiting rooms, this stackable (up to 5 pieces) chair will express its strong character. The angular shape, the wide seat and the bent back legs make Lizz independent and recognizable despite of the simplicity. Lizz was designed by Piero Lissoni, who gave his typical, minimalistic style to the chair. Kartell produces Lizz out of thermoplastic techno polymer, which makes the piece of furniture scratch-resistant and weatherproof. Kartell offers the chair in a thoroughly dyed edition as well as a lacquered one in different colours.
  • Vitra - Aluminium Group EA 104 Swivel Chair
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    Vitra - Aluminium Group EA 104 Swivel Chair
    Initially designed for the private house of an arts collector, the Aluminium Chairs by Charles & Ray Eames became real classic pieces of the 20th century finding their way through the whole world. The design marriage renounced the principle of a seating bowl and replaced it by tensed textile and leather belts, with spring feathers between the sides of aluminium. The Aluminium Chair EA 104 adapts to the body and it offers a lot of comfort, even without lavish upholstery. These qualities make the EA 104 office chair equally suitable for offices, public rooms and private areas. The Aluminium Chair EA 104 is ideally suitable to be used at a table: It is slimmer than the other Aluminium Chairs, the seating position is more upright and a little higher, the armrests are shorter. The EA 104 is therewith perfectly suitable for private dining rooms, restaurants or for meeting rooms in offices. The Vitra EA 104 is also available in further colours, with other fabrics and as EA 101 without armrests and without swivel base as well as EA 103 with armrests, but without swivel base. Besides the EA 104 and the similar EA 101 and 103, there are also many further available models of the Vitra Aluminium Group.
  • Kartell - Joe Colombo Armchair
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    Kartell - Joe Colombo Armchair
    The re-edition of a real classic piece: The Joe Colombo armchair was originally made in the 60s and it was re-edited by Kartell. The original “Armchair 4801” from Joe Colombo is an authentic symbol of the 1960s since it was presented, which is the reason why Kartell honours it with a place in the brand’s own museum. The original edition is expensive on auctions, which might be because this one is the only Kartell product made of wood. The re-edition of the Joe Colombo armchair however, is made of high class plastic, since it is the characteristic material of the Italian manufacturer Kartell. Only the modern processing makes it possible to produce the comfortable, slim and curved shape of PMMA. The armchair is available in a numbered series in three colours – transparent, white and black, wonderfully emphasizing the shape.
  • Kartell - Comback Rocking Chair
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    Kartell - Comback Rocking Chair
    Kartell re-launches a big classic piece with the Comback rocker. This classic piece of furniture is the new look of the Windsor-Chair by the Italian manufacturer. The Comback rocker is the return into the glorious past of England of the 18th century, reinterpreted by the Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola. The backrest of the rocker by Kartell is made of seven tubes and it widens at the lover back, copying modern lumbar supports. There are vertical struts among them, which also carry the armrests of the classic rocking chair. All in one, Comback is a lush, inviting chair, where the seat unifies functionality and ergonomics with a lot of emotionality and tradition. The used plastic material and the selection of shiny colours make this chair modern and weightless. Comback is also available in all the Kartell offered colours, as well as swivel chair, with a four-leg frae or with runners.
  • Vitra .03 Chair
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    Vitra .03 Chair
    The most bribing characteristic of the 03. Chair by Vitra is its clear and simple form. They appear unobtrusive and unspectacular on the first sight – their whole qualities are only completely showed to the user. This makes the 03. Chairs the embodiment of “less is more”, perfecting the Maarten Severen designs for Vitra. The large comfort of the unobtrusive chairs is noted when sitting on them: The yielding, out of integral-foam made seat and backrests support the body, especially the springs, that are included in the backrest improve the sitting-comfort. The 03. Chair by Vitra is also available in the stackable edition. The difference thereby is the width of each chair, and with it the position of the back-feet. The non-stackable chairs’ back-feet come out of the seat, the stackable chairs’ back feet have been fixed to the seat’s laterals, so that the chairs can be stacked without any problems. More details: Design: Maarten Van Severen. Material: Integral polyurethane foam shell, back with integrated leaf springs, back legs in tubular steel, front legs in aluminium profile. Measurements: 790 × 380 × 525 mm (not stackable); 790 x 435 x 525 mm (stackable)
  • Hey Sign Felt-Cushion Eames Plastic Side Chair
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    Hey Sign Felt-Cushion Eames Plastic Side Chair
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair was created in 1950 in cooperation with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art. With that it was the first industrial-made chair made of plastic. The design was coined by the legendary American design-brothers Charles and Ray Eames. Now the Eames Plastic Side Chair found its matching cushion, this one optimizes the seat comfort. The solution of that comes from Germany, where the company Hey Sign designs and develops since 1999 "Innovations made of felt". In the collection found also some cushions acceptance, which were especially designed for classic-chairs by Vitra and Fritz Hansen. If in the private area, in restaurants, in waiting areas, offices or conference rooms: The Eames Side Chair wins through the flat felt cushions out of the convenient and ecologic precious, because renewable material also administrate on convenience, without an awkward factor on the concept and the design of the Vitra-classics. And thanks to the anti-slippery cover the cushion won't slip around, instead it will be stand where it should. The felt-cushion is also available without anti-slippery cover, and other colours. Moreover there are also double-cushions available (two cushions sewn together) with or without filling.
  • Hey Sign felt-cushion Eames Plastic Armchair
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    Hey Sign felt-cushion Eames Plastic Armchair
    Since 1999 the manufacturer Hey Sign produced felt innovations "made in Germany". Besides a very successful own collection, Hey Sign creates also special conditions for design classics of manufacturers such as Vitra and Fritz Hansen. The cushions of the original and unusual material fit perfectly to the silicone of the last century. Also the classic armchair Eames by Vitra. The chair comes from the legendary American design-couple Charles and Ray Eames. It was first presented in 1950 in in line with the competition "Low Cost Furniture Design" of the Museum of Modern Art in New York and belongs today to the famous chairs of the world. The organic shaped seat shell made of plastic was later combined with different frames and was produced a million times. In their actual version of polypropylene the armchairs offers a better seat comfort. This is optimated by the ant-slippery-coated felt cushion by Hey Sign. The production of felt as well as production or all the Hey Sign products is „Made in Germany“, the completion of the products is even „handmade“. The used felt material consists of pure new wool 100% without any chemicals or recycled textiles, which is documented by the known wool seal. Hey Sign is the first and only felt factory whose products have been certified according to the strict policy “The Woolmark Company”. The felt cushion is also available without anti-slippery-covering as well as in different colours. Moreover there are also double cushions available (two sewn together) with and without filling material.
  • Vitra - East River Chair
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    Vitra - East River Chair
    With the East River Chair, Vitra presents a small armchair, which connects the different design worlds. Tradition and modernity are connected in the lounge chair made by Hella Jongerius, becoming a wonderful unity. The bribing shape, given to the East River Chair from the Netherlands designer, says it all: Ample lines, which take the weight of the East River Chair with their slim shapes. This is how the lounge chair from Bitra suits to relax without acting formally overloaded. The East River Chair unforcedly connects different materials, such as wood, metal, fabric or leather – a characteristic of Hella Jongerius. More details: Vitra offers the East River Chair in different editions: Seat: laminated. Upholstery: polyurethane foam with fabric cover. Coating: leather and fabrics (Laser, Hopsack, Plano) in adapted colour combinations (light, red, green or blue) Frame: natural oak wood with legs cross of powder-coated steel in ivory or dark oak with legs cross of powder-coated steel in coffee.
  • Fritz Hansen - Ro Armchair
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    Fritz Hansen - Ro Armchair
    The internationally famous, Spanish designer Jaime Hayon designed the armchair of the future together with Fritz Hansen. An armchair, which offers relaxation and a little time-out for you, away from the stressful day by day. Time to think is luxury nowadays. We all have a lot of work and hardly time to stop and think a little while. The Ro armchair from Fritz Hansen comes from the desire of furniture which will make us stop running for a moment. Ro is more than an armchair. It has 1½ seats, to relax in them, to find a comfortable position in it, to read newspapers or to configure the computer or spend time with the children - a new comfort zone. The design of the seat is simple, elegant and pleasant for the eyes and the body. In its visual expression and the comfortable functionality, Ro guarantees quietness and relaxation. Moreover the clever shape of the seat makes it possible for you to decide whether to be part of what’s happening in the room you’re in or to enter your own small comfort zone. The design premises of Fritz Hansen for the designer Jaime Hayon said that he should create “a comfortable seat for single persons”. ”We focussed on the shape of the armchair, which is inspired by the human body. Our aim was to create an armchair which would be as comfortable as beautiful. I wanted to create a slim, elegant armchair to think and sit comfortably”, explained Jaime Hayon. “Ro” means quietness on Danish. This name was chosen because it describes the character of the armchair with only two characters and which perfectly expresses the Scandinavian concept for aesthetics that way. The Ro armchair is made by Fritz Hansen according to the highest quality and processing standards. The result of this unique interplay of sculptural and elegant design is a functional and aesthetically appealing armchair, which attracts glimpses in every environment. One can only fall in love with it, since Ro doesn’t compromise in comfort or aestheticism. The relax armchair is available in nine colours: in three traditional colours (black, grey and taupe), in three shiny colours (violet, blue and yellow) and in three soft colours (light pink, sage green and sand). The armchair has different surface structures for the seat and the upholstery for a more dynamic appearance, emphasizing the contrast between the hard outside and the warm, softer inside.
  • We do wood - Dining Chair
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    We do wood - Dining Chair
    To connect simplicity in design with comfort and respecting nature is the aim of We do wood. The Dining Chair no. 1 is a chair with attitude. The Dining Chair no. 1 from We do wood has an exceptionally design weightlessness, which also offers unexpectedly high comfort. The seat has been inspired by ancient metal brooms, whose balanced shapes represented strength and practicability. The backrest of the Dining Chair no. 1 has two gaps like keyholes, which ensure the three-dimensional appeal and the weightlessness. We do wood produces the Dining Chair out of FSC-certified oak wood.
  • Knoll International Knoll - Platner Armchair
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    Knoll International Knoll - Platner Armchair
    In 1966, the Platner collection from Knoll irresistibly caught the spirit of that time with its decorative, soft and aesthetic forms. The experience of the cooperation with Eero Saarinen made it possible to create the second generation of the one-leg “Pedestal” furniture from Knoll by Warren Platner. Accompanying the changes of cultural values in the 1960s, furniture also became more expressive, which is why the Knoll Platner armchair is a master example: Simple its shape, effective its processing. Platner wanted to create a series of furniture with his steel wire collection, which would charm the eyes more than the plain and empty creations of that time. At the same time, the designs shouldn’t be too ornamental and the function shouldn’t fall into the background. The Platner armchair is made of hundreds of swung, nickel-coated steel wires, which are welded together. The steel frame serves as structure and as decorative element at the same time. Knoll produces the seat out of fiberglass with cold foam cushions. The base of the Platner armchair has a transparent plastic ring, which protects the base and the chair from damages. The frame of the Knoll Platner armchair is also available in a bronze coloured edition on demand. The upholstery is also available in further colours and covers. We will gladly advise you for your individual configuration! More details: Characteristics: The armchair by Warren Platner is available with different covers in different quality levels and colours. Frame: Unique shapes made with vertical round steel tubes, which are welded together with the horizontal, round and framing tubes. Nickel-plated, with clear protecting lacquer. Ground protection with soft, transparent plastic profile or metallic-painted bronze. Upholstery: Form pressed fiberglass seat with foam upholstery. Cushions with latex filling with zip-closure, fixed at the seat with Velcro.
  • Knoll International Knoll - MR Side Chair
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    Knoll International Knoll - MR Side Chair
    The legendary MR side chair by Knoll represents the soon steel designs of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. The material was inspired by the Bauhaus master Marcel Breuer , whose shaping became a modern derivation from the iron cantilevers of the 19th century. In about 1927 Mies van der Rohe created his MR cantilever and entered the history of furniture design with it. Even if Mart Stam is the creator of the first cantilever chair out of steel, it is the MR which revolutionized this chair with its aesthetical uncompromising look. Mies van der Rohe’s idea might have emerged when Mart Stam explained his idea of a chair without backrest during a meeting of the German Werkbund. Mies van der Rohe soon started working and replaced the right angle of the frame by a completed, swung edge, which had better swinging qualities than edged frames and which prevented material fatigue. – the cantilever was born, which became famous as MR 10 all over the world. Knoll produces the frame of the MR side table out of polished stainless steel, the seat is available in different editions. Plastic pads are included in the delivery of the MR chair. The MR chair by Knoll can also be ordered as MR 20 with armrests.
  • Knoll International Knoll - Washington Skeleton Chair
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    Knoll International Knoll - Washington Skeleton Chair
    Knoll never renounced presenting future classic pieces. The Washington Skeleton Chair by David Adjaye from 2013 is such a piece. The Knoll Skeleton Chair cantilever establishes an interplay between falling and balancing function, so that the chair from David Adjaye acts functional and sculptural at the same time. The Washington Skeleton Chair has a fine geometric pattern, while the Washington Skin Chair has a plastic appearance, which shares its outside look with the Skeleton chair. Both chairs were designed by the British architect Adjaye in the event of the 75th anniversary of the Knoll company. Knoll produces the Washington Skeleton Chair out of powder coated aluminium, making the chair suitable for outside use. The Skeleton Chair is also available copper-coated. Nylon pads are included in the delivery.
  • Fritz Hansen - Minuscule Chair
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    Fritz Hansen - Minuscule Chair
    Minuscule is a chair, which impresses with its withdrawing, Scandinavian style. This designer’s piece made by Cecilie Manz fits in different rooms without any problems. The name “Minuscule” was chosen by Fritz Hansen and the Danish designer Cecilie Manz, since the chair represents unconstrained, decent style, which also characterizes Danish design in general. The also clever and uncomplicated Minuscule chair is characterized by its material: The chair connects tradition and craftsmanship with industrial processing. The seat is upholstered with a weightless but durable fabric and hand-sewn, whereby a fine leather detail emphasizes its contours. The aesthetically swung bowls are held by a frame out of plastic. This material is a contrast and also a pleasant, contemporaneous completion of the whole image. The source of inspiration for the design details: stones that floated through the sea, reaching the beach. The soft lines of the frame also have that softness. The upholstery of the outside bowl is available in two grey tones as well as in black/white. Grey is a colour which fascinates Cecilie Manz a lot, since it is the only tone that is able to absorb all the other ones. The different colours of the bowl are combinable with different upholsteries as well. The possible colour combinations of backside and upholstery of seat are represented in the document below. The Fritz Hansen Minuscule chair fits in different surroundings: in public rooms, in offices or in private homes. The Minuscule chair is completed by the table of the series: Minuscule Table. More details: The following seats are combinable with the according upholsteries. All the numbers represent fabric colours of the fabric http://www.connox.de/kvadrat-stoffmuster-remix.html}Remix by Kvadrat. Seat 123 (light grey): upholstery 143 (grey), 173 (dark blue-grey), 433 (rust orange), 733 (blue-green), 373 (aubergine), 933 (light green), 433 (ochre), 762 (blue), 722 (rose-blue) Seat 163 (dark grey): upholstery 143 (grey), 173 (dark blue-grey), 783 (dark blue-aubergine), 923 (corn yellow), 753 (jeans blue), 233 (beige), 733 (dark ultramarine blue), 612 (light pink), 982 (green) Seat 152 (black/white): upholstery 152 (black/white)
  • Knoll International Knoll - Washington Skin Chair
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    Knoll International Knoll - Washington Skin Chair
    Knoll never renounced presenting future classic pieces. The Washington Skin Chair by David Adjaye from 2013 is such a piece. The Knoll Skin Chair cantilever establishes an interplay between falling and balancing function, so that the chair from David Adjaye acts functional and sculptural at the same time. The Washington Skeleton Chair acts plastic, while the Washington Skeleton Chair is reduced to a fine, geometric pattern, which shares its outside look with the Skin chair. Both chairs were designed by the British architect Adjaye in the event of the 75th anniversary of the Knoll company. Knoll produces the Washington Skin Chair out of injection moulded, fiberglass reinforced nylon. The chair is produced in three parts, which are invisibly connected afterwards with stainless steel and aluminium joints. Plastic pads are included in the delivery package.
  • Blofield - Big Blo 1-Seater
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    Blofield - Big Blo 1-Seater
    Blofield surprises the world with high-quality design-furniture, filled with air. This sofa by Blofield comes in a design of a classic Chesterfield-Sofa and seems elegant and heavy. Something specilal about it is that it is elegant but not heavy at all: This sofa is filled with air. There is an electric pump included in the delivery. To fill the sofa with air is very easy and it can be placed and moved everywhere. Despite of this usual first step, the blown-up armchair by Blofield also convinces with its design: It appears like a traditional massive armchair, just as we imagine it in front of rustic fireplaces or in comfortable lounges. The combination of classic design and modern, functional technique make the blow-up armchair by Blofield a very special piece of interior furnishing.
  • Hay - About A Lounge Chair AAL 82
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    Hay - About A Lounge Chair AAL 82
    About a Chair by Hay is a collection of chairs with noticeable simplicity in design. The designer Hee Welling reached a new level of combining form, function, comfort, detail and aesthetic with this chair. The AAL 82 expands the series with one low chair, which perfectly suits the philosophy of the resting furniture pieces. The About A Lounge Chair AAL 82 is slightly upholstered with a piece of foam according to the Eco-Tex-Standards and it has armrests, one low backrest and a four-legs-frame out of wood. Different Kvadrat fabrics can be chosen in different colours to coat the chair. The seat is made of polyurethane, the frame of soaped or stained oak wood. Moreover the About A Lounge Chair by Hay is also available with different seats and frames, such as AAL 81 with pivotable aluminium base or AAL 92 with high backrest: The seats and frames of the AAL collection result in many combinations which will never look unwanted. We will gladly advise you for individual configurations.
  • Hay - About A Chair AAC 12
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    Hay - About A Chair AAC 12
    About a Chair by Hay is a chairs collection with exceptional simplicity regarding design. The designer Hee Welling reached a new level in combining form, function, comfort, detail and aesthetics with his collection. The chairs of About a Chair have consciously been kept simple and they can therefore be combined with other furniture pieces without any problems. They are wonderfully inserted in the most different surroundings and architecture styles because of their simplicity, which is why the chairs are also predestined to be used in object areas. According to the ideas of the designer Hee Welling, the About a Chair chairs should be useful in Restaurants as well as at home, at conference tables as well as at the homely dining table. This is the reason why the idea of simplicity is a guarantee for multi-functionality and combinability. The seat without armrests of the About a Chair AAC 12 consists of painted polypropylene. The four-foot-frame is available made out of soaped oak wood or black stained oak wood. Moreover the Hay About a Chair models are also available in different combinations of seats and frame or as editions with steel-four-foot-frames (AAC 16). The seats and frames of the AAC series make up numerous combinations that never seem selected by chance or unwanted. We will gladly advise you for personal configurations.
  • Vitra - Jill Wood Chair
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    Vitra - Jill Wood Chair
    The Jill chair is the first cooperation of Vitra and Alfredo Häberli. Inspired by the beginnings of plywood deformation, Jill sounds the borders of this technology out. Jill Wood moreover possesses a massive wood base. Charles Eames reached crossed the border between two and three dimensional deformation of plywood in the forties for the first time. The fascination for sculptural expression of this soon polywood-prototype is recognizable in many of Alfredo Häberlis designs. The in 1964 in Argentina born Swiss designer works with his studio which has been founded in 1991 for namely companies in product and furniture design, textiles shaping as well as interior architecture, Alfredo Häberli formally refers to the forties with Jill and transforms these into modern organic seats with Vitra and the newest plywood-technology. Jill’s veneers are bent in a patented procedure, until the seats get together. This creates an open and flexible seat with transition of seat to back which follows body contours. Two endless lines, an interior and an exterior, penetrate and surround an area forming a sculptural form which follows the contours of the body offering exceptional seat comfort thanks to high flexibility. The base of Jill has also been partly inspired by historic idols but always offering a contemporary expression to the chair – especially in its distinctive colour which is adapted to the optionally available seat-covers. More details: Seat: veneer (ash, oak or walnut), three-dimensional deformed. Bases with glides for carpets or with felt glides for hard floor. Four-feet wood base out of natural massive oak, black ash or black pigmented walnut.
  • Muuto - Visu Lounge Chair - fully upholstered
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    Muuto - Visu Lounge Chair - fully upholstered
    Visu is the result of a design process, which took nearly two years: with it, Muuto presents a lounge chair, which is clear, unobtrusive, without being boring. The details characterize the Visu lounge chair: Each edge, each curve and the interplay of the forms were adapted to each other in a thoughtful process, until Muuto and Mika Tolvanen were 100% satisfied. The Finnish designer explains about his Visu chair: ”It was our aim to design a personal interpretation of the classic plywood chair. I wanted to create a chair, which was unobtrusive, timeless and ergonomic without acting boring in the end.” The Muuto Visu lounge chair is also available with painted legs and with further coating colours. Furthermore the Visu lounge chair is also available as edition without upholstery and as chair.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Slope Chair
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Slope Chair
    The chair of the Wrong for Hay Collection which emerged out of the feather of the Britain designer Sebastian Wrong, bribes with simplicity. Nearly completely geometrically made, the Hay Slope Chair looks like a sculpture. The design of the Slope Chair is hard to beat in clearness. The surprise is that, despite of the clearness, the chair is still very comfortable: The “slope” in the backrest and seat of the chair makes it ergonomic. Hay produces the seat and the backrest of PU-foam, which is flexible and adaptable to the body. The frame is made of ash wood. The Wrong for Hay Slope chair is also available with different frames (natural or black stained ash wood and oiled oak wood) and seats (black, grey and green).
  • Vitra - Tip Ton
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    Vitra - Tip Ton
    Tip Ton by Vitra sets new trends regarding dynamic seating and defines a new typology: the whole plastic chair which can be inclined to the front. Tip Ton is the first product out of the cooperation of Vitra and BarberOsgerby. The innovation of Tip Ton consists in the nine degree rising front floor-skids. Tip Ton can incline to the front out of its normal position, and then the chair does softly lock in the forward position. This seating position which hasn’t been used for mechanic chairs before, straights back and pelvic and thereby improves the circulation of body and back musculature. The ETH Zurich, one of the worldwide leading technical universities , investigated the health improving qualities of a forward sitting position in the year 2010. The results prove that body and back musculature are improved by that position, so that more oxygen runs through the lungs – among other advantages, this affects concentration positively. Thanks to its distinctive exterior and the high seat comfort, Tip Ton from Vitra suits dining tables, home offices, restaurants as well as conference and meeting areas. Tip Ton consists of polypropylene and is made out of one only cast form without mechanic components. Thereby it is extremely long lasting and 100% recyclable. Up to four Tip Ton chairs can be stacked from the floor.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Menu Design Menu - Afteroom Chair
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    Menu Design Menu - Afteroom Chair
    The design team Afternoon made a chair without any unnecessary details, since they are big enthusiasts of the Bauhaus school. Material and shape are reduced to a minimum – The Afternoon chair emerged: a chair with three legs and one backrest which is connected to the base on one only point. Afternoon achieved in reducing the material to a minimum for the maximum of aesthetics. The comfort of the Menu Afternoon chair isn’t impaired by the simple design. The stability and quality are granted by the powder coated steel material and the high class wood the Afternoon chair is made of.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Swell Armchair
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    Normann Copenhagen - Swell Armchair
    More than comfortable: The designer Jonas Wagell gave playful, happy appearances to his Swell armchair he made for Normann Copenhagen. Despite of it, the appeal remains Nordic and clear. There are no unnecessary details at the Normann Copenhagen Swell, since Wagell concentrated on the essence when he designed it. The precise shapes are emphasized by the soft curves of the armchair – that’s how Swell gets its inviting character and the exceptional seat comfort. Behind the soft forms of the Normann Copenhagen Swell armchair there are generously upholstered laterals and an also generous backrest – a clear reference to the name, which alludes to growing bread dough. The seams on the backside and seat of the couch divide the cushions and make the opulent appearance perfect. The designer Jonas Wagel explains: ”I was always fascinated by minimalism. However, I find it important to add a warm component and some personal details to the objects. My starting line was characterized by aesthetic and practical qualities, which are important to me when I buy a sofa. That’s the reason why Swell is coined with my personal taste.” The Swell armchair by Normann Copenhagen is also available in further colours and as Swell sofa.
  • Löffler - Orgone Chair
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    Löffler - Orgone Chair
    The Orgone chair was created in 1993 by Marc Newson. The original design was made for a limited furniture set consisting of aluminium which Newson designed in his Studio “Pod” in Paris. A plastic set for the mass-market followed after a short period of time. The Orgone chair, made by Löffler today, consists of polyethylene and can be used in- and outside. The coloured plastic is produced out of one single piece, moulded in a complex rotation process. Marc Newson is one of the most internationally renowned and successful designers. His – open in the top and bottom - Orgone chair in its smooth, organic design, already counts to absolute design classics. This cult object is exhibited in numerous, international renowned museums. The Orgone Chair is ergonomic and really comfortable, despite or just because of the organic structure. The Orgone Chair by Marc Newson is available in the colours traffic black (RAL 9017), traffic red (RAL 3020), white aluminium (RAL 9006) and traffic white (RAL 9016).
  • Normann Copenhagen - My Chair
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    Normann Copenhagen - My Chair
    The classic bowl chair in a new elegance: My Chair was made by the designer Nicolai Wiig Hansen for Normann Copenhagen: a chair which is extremely harmonic. The strict shape of the Normann Copenhagen My Chair finds its counterweight in the rounded edges and the curved waist: Design elements that ensure a warm, inviting appearance. Many decent details show the carefulness of Hansen’s design approach in “My Chair”. Seat comfort and sustainability are thereby important for the development of the chair: The seat of the chair by Normann Copenhagen is made of veneer plywood, which is flexible and follows the movements of the body ergonomically. While the curves of the seat follow the body, the angle of the backrest is a little opener than in most other chairs. My Chair therefore offers more comfort when you lean back. Moreover the material is resistant and easy to care, so that long enjoyment of the chair is granted. The chair was honoured with the desired interior innovation award for these characteristics. Nicholai Wiig Hansen explains: ”My aim was to design a chair of unsurpassed harmony and to approach to that hard to define quality, with which design gets to a higher level. My Chair acts familiar and new at the same time, neutral and still full of character, intimate but not dominating, simple but complex, clearly defined and drawn with curves at the same time. With other words: My Chair is a bowl chair, as it should be, according to my demands.” My Chair perfectly suits My Table by Normann Copenhagen, which was also designed by Nicolai Wiig Hansen.
  • Conmoto - Chairman
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    Conmoto - Chairman
    Chairman is a chair that connects the worlds: highly modern materials meet iconic design. Werner Aisslinger, the A&W designer of the year 2014 designed the Chairman for Conmoto. The Chairman is especially characterized by the innovative seat : The seat is made of felt, which was pressed to form-fleece out of one piece of material. This is how seat comfort known from cushioned chairs emerhes: The high tech material is yielding, warm and comfortable- A chair, which connects the newest technologies with archetype design emerges in combination with the clear design of the Conmoto Chairman. The shape of it is as minimalistic and timeless that it will still be current and modern in many years. Conmoto offers the Chairmen with a base of wood or metal. This is how one only chair achieves in creating different moods. The Chairman especially suits the furniture of the Pad Collection by Conmoto.
  • Softline - Noomi Lounge Armchair
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    Softline - Noomi Lounge Armchair
    Elegant and comfortable is how the Softline Noomi lounge chair appears. The designer Susanne Grønlund was inspired by the shapes of the 50s and she modernised them carefully. The retro siblings of the Noomi chair also gave it its appearance, which is the reason why this armchair feels comfortable in nearly every place. The soft, inviting appearance and the unobtrusive elegance ensure an honourable place for the Softline Noomi armchair, even in modern rooms. The Noomi lounge chair is obviously leaned on the Scandinavian design tradition. The coatings of the Noomi armchair are removable to clean them for example. Spare coatings are also available. Fire retardant foam upholstery make the chair by Susanne Grønlund comfortable. Noomi is also available with other coatings in numerous colours.
  • Arper - Saya Chair
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    Arper - Saya Chair
    A sign, a gesture, a visible symbol – that’s the Saya chair by Arper. The chair was designed in 2012 by the designer trio Leviore Altherr Molina. As if it was a signature, the Saya chair by Arper stands in the room. Expressive proportions, the unmistakable silhouette and warm material make Saya a unique piece of furniture. The sum results in more than only the single pieces: The Arper Saya inspires to embed it in different surroundings – from private rooms up to be used in public places. Arper produces the Saya chair out of massive oak wood with a finish of teak wood. The Saya chair is also available in more colours as well as with a frame out of steel. A barstool and a children’s chair are also available out of the same collection. Thanks to the unmistakable silhouette, Arper’s Saya was already honoured with the Red Dot Award 2013 and with the interior innovation award 2014.
  • Muuto - Visu Chair
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    Muuto - Visu Chair
    Visu is the result of a design process, which nearly took two years: Muuto presents a chair, which is clear and unobtrusive, without acting uncreative. The details make the Visu chair attractive and special: each edge, each rounding and the interplay of the forms adapted in a clever process again and again until Muuto and Mika Tolvanen were 100% satisfied with the result. The Finnish designer explained about his Visu: ”It was my aim to create a personal interpretation of the classic plywood chair. I wanted to create a chair which was unobtrusive, timeless and ergonomic without acting boring.” Besides the natural oak wood edition, the Muuto Visu is also available with a lacquered frame out of ash wood, lacquered or brushed steel runners as well as with a cushioned seat. Furthermore there also is a Visu Lounge Chair,
  • Arper - Juno Chair
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    Arper - Juno Chair
    The plastic chair grew up with the Arper Juno! The chair with the slim profile and flowing lines was designed by James Irwine in 2012. The harmonic shape of the Juno is possible, since Arper manufactures the chair out of one piece. That’s how the small construction it also has a low weight, making the Arper chair ideally suitable ot be stickered, it is flexible and mobile. The versatile utility of it inside and outside, in the living room and in public rooms is easily possible. Four different shapes of the Arper Juno are available: with opened and closed back, with and without armrests. Different colours complete the individuality of the Juno chair. Juno was honoured with several international design awards because of the versatile usage possibilities with the simple shape.
  • Softline - Havana Armchair
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    Softline - Havana Armchair
    The Havana armchair by Softline acts like an old friend: Inviting, comfortable and familiar. Thereby the armchair was only designed in 2013 by Busk+Hertzog. The classic armchair as we know it from grandfather’s days was completely renovated: The Havana lounger is the modern interpretation of the classic piece. The design team Busk+Hertzog created a chair with appealing details, whose slim profile flirts with the wide form at the top. Havana is as comfortable as the name reveals, that’s typical for Softline products. The coatings of the Havana armchair are easily removable to be cleaned. Fire retardant foam inside of the cushions makes the sofa of Busk+Hertzog comfortable. The Softline Havana armchair is also available with other coatings in numerous colours. An ottoman is also available on demand. Softline was honoured with the interior innovation award 2014 for the re-interpretation of the classic Havana armchair.
  • Vitra - Wire Chair DKW
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    Vitra - Wire Chair DKW
    Vitra presents a well-known piece with a fresh appeal: the Wire Chair DKW modernised with a wooden base and a dark seat. The designer marriage Charles & Ray Eames already designed the maybe most famous of their chairs, the Plastic Side Chair for Vitra already in 1951. Vitra brought the classic piece to contemporaneity now: the popular wooden base and a seat in Basic Dark offer modern appeal to the DKW. The new version Wire Chair DKW with the dark paint emphasizes the transparency of the seat out of steel wire, while the wooden base which is available in three maple wood editions, offers a homely character to the chair. The Vitra Wire Chair DKW is also available in an edition with a cushion and an edition with seat and back cushions. The DKW is also available with plastic pads (for soft grounds such as carpets).
  • Discipline - Pocket Armchair
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    Discipline - Pocket Armchair
    A surprising design: The leather of the Pocket armchairs by Discipline snuggles on top of the wooden frame as well as a glove. The innovative armchair is soft and comfortable that way, also without thick cushions. The German design team Ding3000 designed the Pocket armchair for Discipline: The soft, Italian Cuoietto leather of the Discipline Pocket armchair adapts to the body and offers comfortable sitting position. The Pocket armchair by Discipline is weightless and space saving because of its unusual design. The Pocket chair is named after the sewn pockets in the leather that are hanged in the frame of the chair. The “hands off” construction makes the chair absolutely comfortable and ergonomic. The feet of the Discipline Pocket armchair are made of massive oak wood. The leather seat is available in black, brown and natural leather.
  • Vitra - Softshell Chair
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    Vitra - Softshell Chair
    Unobtrusive comfort: the ergonomic advantages aren’t visible on the first sight when looking at the Vitra Softshell Chair. This makes the Bouroullec brothers made Soft Shell Chair a comfortable multipurpose chair. There are vertical lamellae in the back of the Vitra Softshell Chair, which adapt to the user’s back. That’s how the body is completely free to move while all the important parts of the body are supported – during a long time. Soft forms, soft cushions and inviting appeal make the Vitra Softshell also a friendly companion regarding the appearance. That is how the Vitra Softshell becomes an ergonomic and comfortable companion for the living room, the office or conference rooms. Vitra produces the innovative backrest of the Softshell Chair out of fiberglass reinforced polyamide. The cushions in the seat and the backrest of the Erwan & Ronan Bouroullec made multipurpose chair are made of polyurethane foam. The four-foot base is made of polyamide. The Vitra Softshell Chair is also available in further colours as well as with leather coating. A swivel four-foot base out of aluminium as well as a swivel and sprung five-foot aluminium base on castors are available.
  • Arper - Catifa 53 Chair (wooden four-leg base)
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    Arper - Catifa 53 Chair (wooden four-leg base)
    The Catifa 53 by Arper suits in every surrounding: whether in the own home, in the office, in public areas or at waiting rooms – the Catifa 53 looks good everywhere. This Catifa 53 bribes with its four-leg frame out of massive oak wood. The seat possesses the same straight-lined form that also the whole Catifa series by Arper has. The designers of Leviore Altherr Molina offered a natural and rustic appeal that suits in every surrounding, offering the highest possible comfort to the user, with the Catifa series with wooden four-leg frames. The different editions of the Catifa 53 chair ensure that the chair really fulfills all the demands. The Catifa 53 chair is available in further colours and with different covers, as well as leather-coated and also with a two-colour polypropylene seat. Moreover there are different bases available for the Catifa 53 by Arper.
  • Skagerak - Director's Chair
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    Skagerak - Director's Chair
    The characteristic Director’s Chair from Skagerak is comfortable as dining-room chair as well as as relaxing chair on the balcony. The Director’s Chair is similar to the well known specimens, like they are known from Hollywood film sets. More than a toy for grown up children, the Director’s Chair from Skagerak comes to be a versatile chair that can be used at numerous events thanks to its simple design. The chair is made of a simple wood construction that is covered with a Textilene (Polyester-Mesh-fabric with PVC-Vinyl). Because of the simple design the Director’s Chair from Skagerak spreads a rustic aura and it offers unknown seat comfort at the same time.
  • Flötotto - Pro 6 Chair, sled frame
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    Flötotto - Pro 6 Chair, sled frame
    Ergonomics and practice usage: With the Pro 6 Chair with sled frame, Flötotto shows a combination of classic design with modern advantages. This makes it a multi talent. The Flötotto Pro 6 chair is flexibly utile thanks to its sled frame. The Pro series has been originally designed for the usage in schools by Konstantin Grcic. Convinced by the concept however, the designer developed a whole collection which would also be usable for the object and private area. The Pro 6 chair with sled frame is one of these further developments. With its sled frame the Pro 6 chair is especially suitable for conference rooms and the office. Thanks to its flexibility however, it has multiple usage. With its slim backrest and the round seat, it furthermore enables movement liberty. The backrest suits the flexible back and with it offers a great support in the daily usage. Since the backrest moves with every changed position, the spinal column is reinforced and the back-muscles are reinforced. Thanks to the slim forms of the Flötotto Pro 6 chair with sled frame, this one is also suitable to sit on it the wrong way.
  • fatboy original - beanbag Stonewashed
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    fatboy original - beanbag Stonewashed
    To sit and lay or simply relax – the original beanbags by fatboy are versatile. For all of the people finding the standard coating to rough or glossy, the Netherlands manufacturer presented the Stonewashed variant. The Stonewashed coating was developed by fatboy in order to follow the trends of softer furniture. The Stonewashed fabric is robust and cleanable too, but softer, similar to jeans or a shirt. And it is washable just like them at 30°C. Made a 100% out of cotton, the Stonewashed fabric ensures a vintage-appearance. The Stonewashed editions act classier than the standard editions even with the same form and size. All the other qualities remain naturally unchanged: The fatboy suits in nearly every coloured ambience of living and sleeping rooms. The usage of the beanbag is versatile – use it as lounge bag or armchair in the students flat, as relaxation possibility in the office, as “motivating” cushion for children or even as spare bed for unexpected guests. It is easily and flexibly adapted in its form by the EPS-cylinders.
  • Driade - Nemo Chair
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    Driade - Nemo Chair
    The Nemo chair with the characteristic face-form was designed by the architect and designer Fabio Novembre for the Driade Store collection. Human shapes have always been a huge influence for the Milan designer, and the unmistakable main inspiration at the Nemo Chair. Visually the Nemo Chair reminds of the classic Venetian theater masks. The high backrest and the deep seating shell make Nemo an ideal retirement place and promise quietness and relaxation. There are “eyes” in the backrest so that the user can still be a part of its environment, even if he is hiding. The Nemo Chair is produced by the Italian manufacturer Driade as part of its Store collection. The material of the chair is polyethylene. The firm-standing variant is extremely robust and therefore adapted for the indoor and outdoor use. Moreover Nemo is available in a swiveling version. This one should only be used inside. Driade offers both variants of the chair in further colours.
  • Vitra DSR Eames Plastic Side Chair
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    Vitra DSR Eames Plastic Side Chair
    Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair made of plastic. The organic formed seat is linked together with the metal base with integrated »Shock Mounts«, which gives you a relaxing, and very comfortable sitting feeling. Whether in privacy, restaurants, waiting rooms, offices, conference rooms, or large halls, the Eames Plastic Chair fits in all kinds of surroundings. The Eames Plastic Side Chair DSR (Dining Height Side Chair Rod Base) is also available in other colour variations, cushions and/ or coated base editions for outdoors. Furthermore an edition with a coated frame for outdoors can be ordered.
  • Zanotta - Throw Away Armchair
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    Zanotta - Throw Away Armchair
    The Italian tradition manufacturer Zanotta has 12 products in his collection, which have the title “Evergreen” – one of the exclusive members of this family is “Throw Away”, a series of upholstery, which was designed by the Scottish-Italian designer Willie Landels in 1965 and which is since then produced by Zanotta. Its name is today not understandable literally and hearkens that the original used foam was so cheap, that a new cover of the furniture would not be payable, and that one could throw it away and buy a new sampler. With a design-classic like that, it is advised against this action. The armchair and the sofa with the originally intended flat plastic covers became popular, before they later used other fabrics and leather as cover. Throw Away is an armchair, available as 2- and as 3-seater-sofa and convinces through its absolute timeless design. The stool of the series "Throw Away" is also available, as well as other cover fabrics and colour versions.
  • Vitra - ID Mesh
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    Vitra - ID Mesh
    A swivelling office chair that is individually coordinated to single users, teams or situations according to its function and aesthetics, decidedly influencing productivity, health and comfort at the working place. The swivelling office chair family consists of four components that fulfil the most different aesthetics, material, usage and prize demands. Based on the models that defer by their upholstery (Mesh, Soft and Trim), more than 8000 different ID Chairs can be configured through the combination of 4 mechanisms, 3 armrests, 3 bases and 2 frame colours. ID Mesh with upholstered backrest The ID Mesh backrest that consists of two plastic parts, bracket and lumbalbrace, gives hold to the lumbar area and offers flexibility to the upper part of the back. The frame is fixed to the coating fabrics Diamond Mesh or Silk Mesh: there ones are three dimensional intervals which take the user through its depth and structure. Diamond Mesh with the expressive, graphical structure is weightless, transparent and breathable, but still comfortable like a thin cushion. Silk Mesh is visually closed, but offers the same qualities. The integrated lumbalbrace can be adapted to the back contours of the user and is height adjustable. Individuality and health Dynamic seating means to sit comfortably and healthy at the same time. A new, patented chair mechanism also allows a synchronic forwards movement with weight adjustment besides the adjustable backwards movement for the first time. This supports dynamic seating over the whole moving procedure. Thereby the mechanism follows the natural movements of human bodies being in a continuous contact with the back. The harmonic mechanism movements encourage the user to sit for a long time on a dynamic way. The counter-pressure of the backrest and the forwards inclining can be adjusted – or balanced, so as to adopt every seating position between maximally laid back in a lounge position and forwards in an upright position without any efforts. Do you want to configure your ID office chair after your demands, accordingly individual? Then contact us, we will be glad to advise you!
  • Kartell - Papyrus Armchair
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    Kartell - Papyrus Armchair
    Papyrus is the modern version of a traditional wicker chair from the designer Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec. The refined design of the two French is realized by the Italian manufacturer Kartell in a transparent polycarbonate. Simplicity, exclusivity, grace and retrospectives melt together in Papyrus to a modern achetype of the classic wicker chairs. Despite the plastic material that Papyrus is made of, the chair plays with the construction and structure of a wicker chair with plaited seats and wooden frames: behind the transparent seat from Papyrus hides a carrying structure that is lead through the curved surface of the backrest with its soft bowl form and that finally flows forming the frame. The classic design of Papyrus is contrasted by the used materials. The Italian company Kartell’s experience goes back to many years of manufacturing plastic furniture, now they decided to use transparent polycarbonate for the Papyrus chair. The robust material offers an extremely modern and weightless appeal to the chair. The transparent chair is offered by Kartell in a selection of colours in a retro-trend.
  • Moroso - Supernatural Armchair
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    Moroso - Supernatural Armchair
    SUPERNATURAL is a trendsetting novelty in the seating furniture area: the die casting technology with glass-fiber reinforced polyamide is used for its manufacture. This production procedure means high investments for the company, but it enables the creation of design furniture with an excellent value for money, which perfectly suits the resting Moroso collection. “The structure of this new, stackable chair is less the result of designers, but much more a development”, is what Lovegroove explains, “it is a new version of the form, created by digital information that flow into an armchair for the daily use, slim, strong and healthy. The liquid, organic nature of the form melts through the most modern industrial procedures for polymer of the 21st century with the beauty of human bodies. With this high technology process, two polyamide layers are employed with glass fibre to reach a balance between structural interior characteristics and external aesthetical advantages.” More details:
  • Moroso - Gluon armchair
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    Moroso - Gluon armchair
    In 1993 Marc Newson created this design highlight for Moroso. The innovative exterior results from the successful combination of colourful cushion and stylishly rolling steel frame. As usual at Moroso, the design is innovative, even futuristic and so it stands out from the usual pabulum in a refreshing way. This is also due to the elaborate side parts that could also be from a science fiction movie. The extraordinary name of the seating furniture stems from particle physics, where gluons (to glue) are subatomic elementary particles that are directly responsible for the attraction of protons and neutrons inside a nucleus. A certain attraction is also originating from Gluon. After having sat down you like to stay “glued”. More details: Design: Marc Newson, 1993. Seat and back are injected flame-retardant polyurethane foam over internal steel frame. Sides are rigid polyurethane with grey lacquer finish. Base is steel with grey lacquer finish. GLUON covers are not removable. The 2-seat and 3-seat sofas of the Gluon series are also available.
  • Knoll International Knoll - Saarinen Tulip Chair
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    Knoll International Knoll - Saarinen Tulip Chair
    1953 entwarf Eero Saarinen die erste Version des Tulip Chairs und schuf damit die Grundlage eines revolutionären Designklassikers unter den Sitzmöbeln – nie zuvor gab es einen Stuhl, bei dem sich Fuß und Sitz zu einer geschlossenen Gestalt verbinden. Eero Saarinen designed the first version of the Tulip Chair in 1953 and created therewith the base of a revolutionary design classic among seating furniture – there has never been a chair before that connected foot and seat to one closed form. In cooperation with the manufacturer Knoll, the Tulip Chair has been further developed. 1956 the chair finally came to the market with its characteristic shape that it still wears. The purist designed Tulip Chair reminds us of a tulip as its name says, combined with classic Scandinavian design. The background of the design of the Tulip Chair is described by Eero Saarinen: “I wanted to order the confusing feet mixture. I wanted to make a unity out of a chair again.” This made the four-feet chair as one knows it, a one-feet chair. The seat of the Tulip Chair is made out of plastic and reinforced with fiberglass. It sits on a trumpet-shaped base which is made out of weightless metal and has a Rilsan-surface coating. Moreover the chair is available in different editions: initially there is the choice between a chair with armrests and one without them. The Tulip Chair can be ordered in a swivel version or standing, furthermore one can choose an upholstered seat or a separate cushion for it. The coatings are available with numerous different fabrics and colours. Also the chair itself is produced in black and white. Of course we would be glad to suggest you about colours, forms and tissues for your individual Tulip Chair! More details: Characteristics: The Tulip Seating furniture collection by Saarinen includes an armrest chair, a chair without armrests, with swivel base or fixed foot and a stool. The chairs are available whether with an upholstered cushion or wholly upholstered seats with seat cushion. The swivel chair with upholstered seating cushion fulfills the collection. The KnollStudio logo and the signature from Eero Saarinen are printed on the lower part of the foot. Construction: Pillar foot out of cast aluminium with Rilsan coating on all black and white models. The platin coloured pillar feet have a polyurethane coating with transparent finish. The bowl is made out of fiberglass reinforced plastic. Surface: Bowl and frame are black, white or platinum coloured. Wholly upholstered seats with seat cushion with different fabrics available. For chairs with seating cushions there are many different fabrics and Spinneybeck leathers available to be chosen. Awards: Award of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1969 / Federal Republic Prize for product design / “Gute Form”, Germany, 1969 / Award for design career of Design Centers Stuttgart, Germany, 1962.
  • Knoll International Knoll - Wassily Chair
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    Knoll International Knoll - Wassily Chair
    Already admired by teachers, students and visitors of the Dessau Bauhaus, where it stood in a few houses of the “master town”. And already in 1926, the production beginning year, it was honored as “masterpiece” in the exposition of the Dresden arts hall. The first steel rod lounger B 3 from Marcel Breuer – later known as “Club Lounger” or “Wassily” – soon reached publicity and was part of the interests to the Bauhaus. Finally it should cause a worldwide boom for steel rod furniture that stood for avant-gardism and the break of industrial aesthetics into privacy. With the also new black-silver contrasts which also remind of valuable jewelry and modern machines, he created “magic of precision”, as a French critic wrote. Breuer saw “apparatus of today’s life” in his furniture. They should be weightless, open, affordable, demountable and hygienic. B 3, which has also been available as folding furniture and which has been built by Breuer in his leisure time together with a locksmith, fulfilled these criteria. Therewith he connected to designs of Gerrit Rietveld among others. Breuer didn’t create an everyday object with the Wassily Chair as he desired, but a new furniture type and an “abstract-real-sculpture” (Siegfried Geidion), in whose open geometry the minimalism of new form-finders is displayed. It became a real design icon, a central symbol of modern times and not for nothing the first furniture piece that became a classic in the 60es. By the way: numerous myths are told around the name giving of the Wassily chair. Some say that it got its name because Wassily Kandinsky was the roommate of Marcel Breuer in the Bauhaus. Others say it only has the name because the chair was a design for Wassily Kandisky’s apartment at the Bauhaus in Dessau. More details: Characteristics: A classic KnollStudio Design; produced after the original design of Breuer. The KnollStudio logo and the signature of Marcel Breuer are imprinted in the lower frame of the chair. Construction: Seamless formed round tube steel, high gloss chromed. Leather straps out of Cowhide leather, Spinneybeck Belting leather and Haired Hide. For usage on hard grounds, the skids are equipped with plastic slides. Surface: The upholstery in Cowhide leather is available in black, light brown and natural white. The upholstery in Spinneybeck Belting leather is available in a wide colours selection. Awards: The Museum of Modern Art Award, 1968 / Recognition as "Work of Art" Germany, 1982.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Moooi - Smoke Armchair
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    Moooi - Smoke Armchair
    Each Smoke armchair by Moooi is a unique piece which possesses the unique surface structure of burned wood. Since these armchairs consist of just that: burned wood, treated with epoxy resin and will therefore remain durable and protected. With this, an effect emerges that is similar to an amber-coating: it is admired for a long time. The charisma of the burned wood offers an unmistakable aura to the room with this exceptional piece. The majestic impress of the Smoke armchair offers the whole image an imposing note. Those that are in one room with this Moooi design piece won’t ignore it.
  • Manufakturplus - Butterfly (B.K.F.) Chair, acrylic
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    Manufakturplus - Butterfly (B.K.F.) Chair, acrylic
    The Butterfly chair was initially designed and manufactured for the studio rooms of the architect’s office Austral. The three designers Antonio Bonet, Juan Kurchan und Jorge Ferrari-Hardoy that were workers from the office, designed the chair. The Butterfly chair became popular in the English speaking area as the B.K.F.-chair according to the names of its designers. The architect Jorge Ferrari-Hardoy was honored with the Argentina design award in the year 1940 because of the exceptional design of the chair. Nowadays the Butterfly chair is a real classic and placed in the continuous collection of the Modern Art Museum in New York. Manufakturplus continued developing the design of the classical product offering it in several variants. The butterfly chair with acrylic coating is also available in white, yellow, orange, red, dark-red, light-blue and dark-blue. The frame of the chair can be ordered in a black or white colour, as well as in pearl-gloss (silver), RAL or stainless steel. Moreover also the Butterfly Mini and the Butterfly Stool can be demanded.
  • Kartell Louis Ghost
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    Kartell Louis Ghost
    A comfortable arm chair made of transparent polycarbonate in the Louis-Quinze-style inspired Design. An amazing and fascinating modern homage to the Baroque style, out of the year 2002, by star-designer Philippe Starck. Louis Ghost also is extremely innovative regarding its technique and is seamlessly manufactured in an injection-moulding procedure out of one piece: a very brave polycarbonate application. Despite its smooth and transparent looking, Louis Ghost is stabile and long lasting, shock- and scratch-resistant as well as weatherproof. Up to 6 chairs can be stacked. A very special piece of furniture with charm and overwhelming esthetical appeal that fits elegantly and boldly in every living room or public area at the same time. Kartell has 4 standard models in its program, but special models can be manufactured individually by client requests. A minimum booking amount of 50 pieces is necessary for a special production. The Louis Ghost chair is available in various different colours!
  • Hay - Hee Chair
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    Hay - Hee Chair
    The idea for Hee came up of the effort, to design an eco-friendly chair and armchair, whose material is easy to recycle. To create a piece of furniture out of one material, they avoid micro-pollutant transport ways between different production places, and it makes the process of recycling more easy. The main thought was to take an archetypal chair as model and to perfection it in every single detail and to boost it in a higher class and also to make it simpler and make the functionality better. A clear, plain piece of furniture was supposed to be created which should fit in many places - modern, but not too time-specific. Nothing was in vane for this Hee chair, no decorations or work. No part could be taken off, without loosing the function. From the outside it seems playful, but the design doesn't affect its function. Throw-away mentality and environmental awareness don't fit together. To find the balance was also important while the construction - to combine functionality and aesthetics on high level, the exact wire strength had to be chosen. The Hee-chairs, the Lounge Chair and also the bar stool are made of a 11 mm strong metal wire and in their shape they remind on a sketch, a three-dimensional pencil- drawing. Hee is available in the engrossment as a club armchair, as dining chair or as bar stool. It can be looked at in the new Osloer Opera House and in the Australian parliament. The stackable furnitures are galvanised and powder coated. That's why they can be used in every kind of weather and are a good outside furniture, too. Hay Hee is also available in further colours. A matching cushion is also available.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Armchair DAX
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Armchair DAX
    The plastic armchairs were first presented at the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the MoMA in New York. The organic shaped seats made of plastic were later combined with different bases and were millionfold produced. Their current version, which is made of polypropylene offers improved seating comfort. The Eames Plastic Armchair is also available in other colour variations, plus seat cushion and/ or different coated frames for the outside.
  • Emeco - 111 Navy Coca-Cola Chair
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    Emeco - 111 Navy Coca-Cola Chair
    The 111 Navy Chair is the result of the Emeco and Coca-Cola Company collaboration. Both companies have combined their classic products to this new chair, the Navy Chair on the one hand and nonreturnable bottles on the other one. The main idea from the 111 Navy Chair is to recycle: every 111th Navy Chair from Emeco is made of approximately 111 recycled Coke bottles, therefore its name. Adjacent to the 60% recycled nonreturnable bottles; the Navy Chair is also composed of materials such as fibreglass that act as an additional steadiness factor. The 111 Navy Chair shows that recycling mustn’t necessarily be the reuse of waste, it shows that from second hand products, new products can emerge, that involve high quality and great design without being inferior to the competition. The 111 Navy Chair design is based on Emeco’s classic 1944 Navy Chair 1006. The chair was the headstone for Emeco’s success. With the 111 Navy Chair, Emeco and Coca Cola transformed something that people throw away in something long lasting. To support recycling is Emeco’s and Coca-Cola’s collective goal. Both companies home to produce 111 Navy Chairs with three million nonreturnable bottles a year.
  • Cappellini - S-Chair
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    Cappellini - S-Chair
    The S-Chair has been the first great success from the young designer Tom Dixon in his time and meant his ascent from the underground to the design-elite. The curved chair is considered as classic today and can be found in the New York Museum of Modern Art among others. Looking back, originally designed as individual piece the S-Chair is a deciding design for the further career from Tom Dixon. Dixon spent the 1980es as performance artist in the London night clubs and there he welded together his pieced of furniture live on top of a stage. During that creative period in 1987 not only the Kitchen Chair out of ladles and pans emerged, but also the S-Chair that has been worked out again one year later by Dixon. It was only in 1988 when Tom Dixon equipped the freely curved S-Chair with the sophisticated coating and the swung forms. The “erotic” chair with the wide hips and the slim waistline has consciously been shaped as unicum in its time and does not only adapt to the demands of the serial furniture production. Despite or just therefore the young Tom Dixon and his unusual S-Chair caught the Italian furniture manufacturer Giulio Cappellini’s attention. That is how the S-Chair became the first design from Tom Dixon for Cappellini that has soon been followed by other products, such as the not less legendary Pylon Chair. Since 1991 / 1992 the S-Chair is produced by Cappellini. Despite the adaptation for the serial furniture production the manufacturing procedure of the braided chair is still elaborate. The S-Chair possesses a frame out of steel and plastic feet. Today, beside the elaborate basket works Wicker and Straw for the coating, also leather and other covers are available.
  • Casala - Casalino 2007/10 armchair
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    Casala - Casalino 2007/10 armchair
    Casalino is back! Casalino is back! In the 70s a celebrity and in the 80s forgotten, Casala wanted to produce a new one in 2007. But where were the casting moulds? After a long search did the company, which comes from the city Lauenau in Lower Saxony, found them in Antalya. In the city at the Mediterranean Sea were they camped in a shed. Casala got the moulds back to reproduce the forgotten classic, which won in 1971 the »Die gute Industrieform« Award in Hanover. Casalino 2007 is therefore no remake, but the original, which comes from the designer Alexander Begge. “The work was such a joy, that I forgot everything around me“, reminds Begge himself. An this joy out of plastic-pop and atmosphere of departure of the 70s, breathes still after 40 years, proves that his easy attitude towards life can also have practical sides: Up to fourfold stacked glide the chairs into each other that they only take a third cubic metre. Casalino is elegant but also tough, you can wash it and its colours won't fade in the sun. It looks great in the house or in the garde, the office or the balcony. Casalino is nice and stays nice: The cantilever chair with armrests is stable - will not break under load. For more comfort, there is the 2008 chair, also available with cushions which can be chosen out of the fabric series Xtreme Plus by Camira.
  • Vitra - RAR Rocking Armchair
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    Vitra - RAR Rocking Armchair
    RAR (Rocking Armchair Rod Base) is the rocking chair within the famous collection of Vitra’s Eames Plastic Armchairs. Plastic Armchairs were first presented as part of the famed New York Museum of Modern Art competition, "Low Cost Furniture Design". Their organically shaped seat shells made of fibreglass-reinforced plastic were later combined with various different bases, such as RAR's rockers and manufactured in their millions. In their latest version made of polypropylene the Armchairs now offer even greater sitting comfort. The Eames Plastic Armchair RAR is available in the colours ocean, mauve grey, cream, stone white and mustard.
  • Magis Design Magis - Air Chair
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    Magis Design Magis - Air Chair
    Since 2000, design manufacturer Magis is producing the Air chair after a conception of Jasper Morrison. The stackable chair joins simple aesthetics with high quality material and is perfectly suitable for in- and outsides. Generally, Morrison's work is seen as simple and reduced to the essential. Another good example is his Air Chair. Morrison chose polypropylene as the material adding glass fibre. Due to the robust plastic material, the Air Chair is perfectly suitable for in- and outsides.
  • Magis Design Magis - Aviva folding chair
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    Magis Design Magis - Aviva folding chair
    Aviva from Magis is a robust and compact foldable chair made of massive beech-wood. Aviva was designed by the French architect and designer Marc Beithier. The design from Aviva is functional and it refuses any decorations and flourishes. When the chair is folded, Aviva needs hardly any space and it is easily storable in the smallest corners and gaps. In contrast to other foldable chairs, Aviva is robust and offers stabile seat-comfort. The simple chair possesses slight dents on the seat and the backrest with which it adapts to the human body. It was produced in the year 1979 for the first time, the Italian design company Magis re-edited Aviva in the year 2010 for the market. The foldable chair is available in different variants as well as with armrests.
  • Vitra - Prouvé Standard SP Chair
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    Vitra - Prouvé Standard SP Chair
    The Standard Chair, made in 1934, belongs to the classic pieces of design history. The characteristic Vitra chair by Jean Prouvé is desired again today. Inspired by the furniture competition for the Cité Universitaire of Nancy, Jeans Prouvé started to combine metal and wood in the 30s- He used the resistance of steel for the stability of the Standard Chair’s base. The backrest and the seat, parts that contact the user’s body, he made of shaped plywood. The characteristic shape of the Prouvé Standard Chair came from one deciding idea: The load of a chair lies on the back feet, the weight of the body must be held there. That easy recognition was realized by the designer and constructor Jean Prouvé on an embossing way: while the less loaded front feet are made of a steel tube, the back feet of the Vitra Standard Chair are voluminous hollow bodies, porting the load they carry to the ground. The Vitra Standard SP Chair is the modern edition of the chair classic of 1934: Vitra produces backrest and seat of plastic today. The quality of the Vitra Standard SP is shown in the convincing cleverness of its construction as well as in its aesthetics. The Vitra Standard Chair is also still available in the classic edition with wooden backrests and seats.
  • ClassiCon - Day Bed
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    ClassiCon - Day Bed
    The Day Bed is rightly counted among the most famous designs by Eileen Gray. The lounge "offers pleasant and comfortable seating and is, moreover, particularly suited to relaxing." What she in her own modesty conceals is the fact that the Day Bed is enchantingly beautiful, accessible from all sides and a pleasing sight from every perspective. It is the ideal showpiece to be placed freely in a spacious room. Eileen Gray deigned the Day Bed 1925. The license rights for the original design after which ClassiCon produced the Day Bed belong to the Aram Designs Ltd, London. The frame is made of chromium-plated steel tubing. A beech frame with rubber webbing. Upholstery: Polyurethane with polyester fibre. The mattress is loose with Bonell-spring interior, layers of wool feit. and polyurethane. Cover is available in fabric or leather.
  • Moroso Supernatural
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    Moroso Supernatural
    Moroso Supernatural is a trend-setting novelty in the seating furniture area: an injection moulding procedure with glass reinforced polyamide is used. This production method means high investments for the company, but it enables the creation of design furniture with excellent value for money that do perfectly suit the resting Moroso collection. „The structure of this new, stackable chair is not only the result of design, but much more of a development“, Lovegrove explains, „it is a new vision of form, emerging through digital data that flows into an armchair for the daily use, slim, strong and healthy. The liquid, organic nature of the form melts away through the most modern industrial procedure for polymers of the 21st century, with the beauty of human bodies. At this high technology process, two polyamide layers with glass fibre are used to reach a balance between structural characteristics and external aesthetic advantages. The Moroso Supernatural chair is provided with an entire or perforated backrest. “The holed patterns offer a multi-sensorial effect to the armchair when light falls through the holes and shadows that enrich the room appear, creating unexpected, attractive patterns on architectural spaces.” More details: Technical characteristics: Supernatural is stackable (up to 8 chairs) and also applicable outside thanks to the special material. Structure: bowl made out of polypropylene, reinforced with glass fibre. Colours: white, turquoise, orange, fluo green, caramel, black.
  • Vitra - MedaPal Office Swivel Chair
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    Vitra - MedaPal Office Swivel Chair
    MedaPal concentrates on the essential. The formally easily causing office chair combines intelligent technology with high seat comfort, is constructed simply and user-friendly and is easily adjusted and conclusive to the individual needs. The back support manufactured out of a shower supports in the lower area and offers simultaneously flexibility in the shoulder region. Seat shell and arm support carrier are made out of polyamide. Thus MedaPal is easy, comfortable and stably at the same time. The aimed use of the materials enables an economic solution with high quality. MedaPal Eco places moreover importance on the ecological aspect. The office swivel chair was first-rate with the Greenguard certificate and the environmental seal of approval of "the blue angel" and is recyclable to 94%. More details: Office swivel chair after EN 1335/ Ergonomie-Siegel (ergonomics approval). Synchromechanics with individual adaptation of the back support against power. Mechanics with wide opening angle can lock in upright seating position. With or without arm supports with TPE levy in basic dark. Armrests in height and width adjustably. Optionally with Lumbal support in the height adaptable to the contour of the back. Profile seat standard moderate with seat height adjustment. Seat shell, arm support carrier, frame and undercarriage out of optical fiber reinforced Polyamid basic dark. Seat cushion out of polyurethane foam (CFC freely). Seat references in the qualities: Nova (with seam) or torso Meda. Back support: freely tensed up knitted network reference (Netline) or cord material torso Meda.
  • Artek - Mademoiselle Lounge Chair
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    Artek - Mademoiselle Lounge Chair
    Soft lines and sparingly materials make the Mademoiselle Lounge Chair an elegant seating furniture and classic of Finnish design. Ilmari Tapiovaara, one of the most important designers of his time, already designed the lounge chair in 1956. Mademoiselle is produced by the Finnish company Artek in the frame of the Tapiovaara Family Collection. Swinging chairs and Loungers have always been important pieces of furniture in the history of Finnish design. Ilmari Tapiovaara already designed numerous new-interpretations of this piece of furniture during his studies. Modern and appealing at the same time, and comfortable, the chair with the elegant name Mademoiselle especially became a Finnish design icon of the 1950es. According to its name, Mademoiselle explains the filigree and elegant design of the Lounge Chair. The reduced design consists of slim and long forms that communicate appealingly. The Lounge Chair Mademoiselle simultaneously offers maximal functionality. Solid birch wood guarantees high stability and longetivity.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Bla Station - Chair 69
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    Bla Station - Chair 69
    Chair 69 satisfies all claims, one can stake out to a stackable chair. Chair 69 is stackable, comfortable, and can be connected with other chairs 69 to a row. Weighing only 4.2 kg, he can be transported effortless. Thus, he is perfectly suited for conference, lecture room and waiting rooms. The lightweight was created in 2005 by Fredrik Mattson for Swedish design manufacturer Blå Station. The chair legs consist of chromed steel. The seat shell and the backrest are made of glued plywood and available in birch, walnut, black or white stained. More colours are available and can be ordered.
  • Bla Station - Fatback Easy Chair
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    Bla Station - Fatback Easy Chair
    Fatback was created in 2005 by designer Fredrik Mattson. Its easy and reduced design starts with the light main structure which is responsible for the floating impression. This chair by the Swedish manufacturer Blå Station is incredible convenient. Your sitting position is very flexible; the easy chair allows almost every position. The slope of the back and the seat depth are designed for convenient and relaxing sitting. However, Fatback is not only convincing as a single easy chair. If several Fatback arm chairs combined, one will get an inviting and comfortable Fatback Sofa. The skeletal structure consists of chromed steel poles, the seat is made of polyurethane. Fatback is available in several different colours. For extra charge, it is also possible to order different upholstery and even the exclusive leather model.
  • Hay - Hee Lounge Chair
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    Hay - Hee Lounge Chair
    The idea for Hee came up of the effort, to design an eco-friendly chair and armchair, whose material is easy to recycle. To create a piece of furniture out of one material, they avoid micro-pollutant transport ways between different production places, and it makes the process of recycling more easy. The main thought was to take an archetypal chair as model and to perfection it in every single detail and to boost it in a higher class and also to make it simpler and make the functionality better. A clear, plain piece of furniture was supposed to be created which should fit in many places - modern, but not too time-specific. Nothing is too much on this lounge chair, no decorations. No part could be taken off, without loosing the function. From the outside it seems playful, but the design doesn't affect its function. Throw-away mentality and environmental awareness don't fit together. To find the balance was also important while the construction - to combine functionality and aesthetic on high level, the exact wire strength had to be chosen. The Hee-chairs, the Lounge Chair and also the bar stool are made of a 11 mm strong metal wire and in their shape they remind on a sketch, a three-dimensional pencil- drawing. Hee is available in the engrossment as a club armchair, as dining chair or as bar stool. It can be looked at in the new Osloer Opera House and in the Australian parliament. The stackable furnitures are galvanised and powder coated. That's why they can be used in every kind of weather and are a good outside furniture, too.
  • Artek - HK Lounge Chair
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    Artek - HK Lounge Chair
    The design of this Harri Koskinen-made series can easily be associated with weightlessness and airiness. HK includes a subtle expression of design which emerged out of the Nordic modern. Koskinen’s designs are sensible and integrally elegant- Harri Koskinen’s approach is characterized by simple utility and compromise-less aesthetic. He searches for clearness and innovative solutions that fulfil the demands of the user as well as those of the manufacturer. The seat of the HK Lounge Chair consists of laminated, pressed birch plywood; the feet are made out of birch veneer. The Lounge Chair out of the Harri Koskinen series by Artek is available as both: a cushioned edition and one without cushions.
  • Driade - MT1 Armchair
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    Driade - MT1 Armchair
    Since 2005 the MT series of the Driade Store collection exists. The whole seating furniture series MT from the Israel-Britain designer Ron Arad consists of an armchair (MT1), a swinging chair (MT3) and a sofa (MT2). MT1 is an armchair out of a monoblock of rotation plastic (polyethylene). The comfortable chair furthermore is sand-white outside and orange inside. Because of the used plastic material it is adapted for indoor and outdoor use equally.
  • Casala - Casalino 2008/10 Armchair
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    Casala - Casalino 2008/10 Armchair
    Casalino is back! A shining star in the 70s and forgotten in the 80s, Casala wanted to re-edit the dynamic chair named “Casalino” in 2007. But where were the moulds? The company with its roots in the lower Saxony Lauenau found the answers in Antalya after long research. Casala bought the moulds back in order to vitalize the forgotten classic, which received the “good industrial form” award on the Hanover fair in 1971. Casalino 2007 isn’t a remake, but the original created by the designer Alexander Bagger. “It was a delighting work, so that I forgot everything around me”, explained Bagger about the ling ago production process of his chairs. And Casalino still breathes that happiness out of plastic-pop and the will of change of the 70s, even decades later. The model 2008 was presented by the Casala company one year after the new launch of the Casalino 2007. The upholstered edition Casalino 2008 ensures more sitting comfort and it naturally also offers all the advantages of the Casalino 2007 – and this is how the upholstered armchair is also resistant against shocks and scratches (since it is dyed thorough) and free of edges.
  • Moroso - Fjord H.
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    Moroso - Fjord H.
    In order to complete the collection with the desire of offering a product which unifies design, mass production and an excellent quality/price ratio, Moroso presented Fjord H., the line of seats made of composite plastic material. The H. in the name of the Fjord chair stands for "Hirek", a thermoplastic. The advantages of synthetic are the small weight (relative to its size) and a high resilience and flexibility. Furthermore, Hirek is 100% recyclable and it is resistant against chemicals and UV-rays. To provide a softer appearance and feeling, the seats can be upholstered. Furthermore, the seats can be made with a swivel base, a sliding seat, a spider base, a spider base with castors, on a bar with or without table. Fjord H. is also available with further frames, e.g. swivel base, star-base with rolls or for seating-systems (public seating). More details: Design: Patricia Urquiola. Seat shell is multilayered technopolymer composite. Colors: white RAL 9003, red RAL 3020 and black RAL 9004. base frame (depending on variant): chromed, white/grey varnished, polished stainless steel or aluminium.
  • Vitra - Basel Chair
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    Vitra - Basel Chair
    With the Basel Chair Jasper Morrison renews the category of the plain classic wooden chair, like it has been industrially produced for the last 100 years. The Basel Chair offers a corrected seating comfort and in its two versions also a special optical attraction thanks to this material combination. The harmonically balanced proportions catch the viewers eye, but the chair only reveals innovations after detailed examination: Seat and back rest of the Basel Chair are made of plastic and they can therefore be better formed organically, structured in the surface and made thinner contrasting plain wood chairs, as a result, they are even more flexible. The designer Jasper Morrison was oriented by classic wooden chairs for his design, changing them according to his idea: “My Basel Chair for example, leans on an ancient, classic form of the German Frankfurt chair. My design revitalized it. Without wit, but with irony. For me, objects have to always posses recognizable characteristics,” said Morrison about his Basel Chair, which is produced by Vitra. Natural beech or dark dyed beech base, seat- and back rest are made of coloured ASA-plastic.
  • Hay - Ray Lounge Chair
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    Hay - Ray Lounge Chair
    The Lounge Chair Ray was one of the first furniture pieces which came in production by the design-blacksmiths Hay. And it is the first design for an armchair by Jakob Wagners. Inspiration for Ray was the ocean – its plain, elegant shape is the similar like from its namesake, the Ray. The seating plate is wide, but it still seems really light, just like the fish is Ray thicker in the middle and becomes slender to the "wing tips". This is because of the soft springing which makes a nicer seating comfort. The overhanging of the seat makes it possible to put a magazine or plate next to you, or to just put your feet up. With the harmony of shape and function Ray purport any direction, with which Hay became famous in the design scene: The perfect balance of Scandinavian tradition and modernism stand for the whole collection of the Danish manufacturer from Horsens. Ray is also available as swivel chair. Furthermore there are further fabrics and colours available against extra charge.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Cappellini - Bird Chaiselongue
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    Cappellini - Bird Chaiselongue
    Bird is an unconventional symbiosis of Chaiselongue and seesaw chair. Like its name reveals, the lounger is similar to a bird, or also a bird’s wings flap. Bird is produced by the Italian Company Cappellini since 1991. The lounger with seesaw effects that was shaped by the designer Tom Dixon also mirrors a piece of the career of the designer. While Dixon’s designs were initially made out of steel and consciously not created as serial seat and lie objects, his works became less and less handmade. Some of its initial, rebel artworks were even adapted to a serial production in the beginnings of the 1990es – as also the Bird Lounger. Merely the metal frame reminds of the initial unicum of the piece of furniture. Beside metal, the frame structure is also made out of wood-fibre-mix-panels and massive pine wood. The upholstery of the Bird Lounger consists of differently tight feather-polyurethane-foam. The coating is practically removable and available in different quality fabric variants, and according to the fabric also in numerous colours. For an exclusive variant, Bird is also obtainable with a leather coating.
  • Bla Station - Swivel Chair Innovation C
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    Bla Station - Swivel Chair Innovation C
    The Innovation C was created in 2001 for the Swedish company Blå Station. With Innovation C the designer created a multi-functioning seating object which offers unequalled opportunities. The chair reminds more of a sculpture than a chair, Innovation C offers in addition to a seating surface a rest which can be used with the help of a pluggable table as storage space (for instance for a notebook) or working place. Thus, Innovation C is a senseful object furniture which is predestined for lounges, fairs, congresses, and waiting rooms. Due to its form, Innovation C offers a range a seating possibility where the back is resting and everyone is able to find his preferred position. Fredrik Mattson won the Young Swedish Design Award and the Architectural Review Award, London for his creation. Innovation C is turnable and can be placed freely or screwed to the floor. The foot plate is available in a silver varnished steel version or with extra charge in a stainless steel version. The upholstery of the chair consists of foamed polyurethane. The cover can be ordered in a bi-directional stretchable woollen material or a special gummed fabric material. You can choose among several different upholsteries and also different colours (e.g. red, orange, black…), getting your favorite.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Zanotta - Brasilia Chaiselongue
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    Zanotta - Brasilia Chaiselongue
    The Brasilia Chaiselongue has been designed by Ross Lovegrove for Zanotta in the year 2003. The comfortable lounger is visually characterized by the Lovegrove typical forms: the whole corpus of Brasilia consists of one single bent line. The stability of this spectacular construction is ensured by the used material. Zanotta manufactures the Brasilia Chaiselongue out of resistant polyurethane. The material is scratch resistant and white lacquered. The Brasilia Chaiselongue has been honoured with the Good Design Award 2003 and the Selection Prize cDIM Valencia 2004 for its swung and airy appearance, shortly after it appeared. The lounge is furthermore in the continuous collection of the Athanaeum in Chicago. The Italian manufacturer Zanotta offers the Brasilia foot stool, suiting the Chaiselongue.
  • Hay - Ru Chair
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    Hay - Ru Chair
    The Ru Chair from Hay was designed by Shane Schneck. With versatility the Ru Chair is a reaction to the everyday demands. The origins of the design were functional requests that are made in schools, offices, canteens and conference-rooms. The special arrangement of the chairs’ legs allows the stacking and the positioning of the chairs on tables or other higher positioned surfaces. To clean the floor for example, the chair can be placed on top of the table top without any problems. Furthermore up to 8 Ru Chairs can be stacked over another. The construction made out of wooden veneer makes Ru Chair a robust, light and versatile object. Ru fulfils the demands of conference-rooms, offices or private rooms without any problems. Ru’s name was chosen by Shane Schneck who was inspired by kangaroos because of their posture and long legs. The Ru Chair from Hay is also available in further colours.
  • Emeco - Hudson Chair
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    Emeco - Hudson Chair
    The Hudson Chair is an award honoured aluminium chair from the star designer Philippe Starck. The US-American manufacturer Emeco produces the chair in an usual quality. The Hudson Chair design emerged in the year 2000. Shortly before that, Emeco began a tight cooperation with the designer Philippe Starck, this one designed several products for the American company. Including the Hudson Chair, this was designed initially for the Hudson Hotel in New York. Hudson Chair is a neutral version of the classic Navy Chair from Emeco. Philippe Starck shaped the design compact, pure and reduced, and in absolute harmony with the Emeco Company spirit. Because of its simple and beautiful design, the Hudson Chair was honoured with the Good Design Award in the year 2000 becoming part of the constant collection of the Modern Art Museum in New York one year later. As well as with its other products, Emeco puts emphasis on high quality handwork with the Hudson Chair. Several trained employees need many working hours to produce only one Hudson aluminium Chair. This has the consequence that the chair not only is high class processed, durable and robust but every specimen becomes to be unique. Furthermore this chair can be demanded as an arm-rest chair, as a stool, a bar stool, a rocking-chair and a swivel-chair. Every version can be ordered as an arm-rest chair.
  • Artek - HK chair
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    Artek - HK chair
    The chair is the core piece of the HK collection by the Finnish designer Harri Koskinen for Artek. Completely according to the name, HK embodies a simple weightlessness and it is a symbol of the timelessness of Scandinavian design, typical for all the products by the designer. The HK chair does moreover shine because of its ability to be stacked, since even the cushioned edition is stackable. The aim of the Harri Koskinen-project was to create weightless and affordable furniture. The stackable HK chair was followed by a table and a cushioned edition of the chair. A lounge chair and a bistro table are currently the newest objects of the HK collection. The feet of the HK chair by Artek are made out of form-pressed birch-veneer (bright lacquered, white-or black lacquered). The seat is made out of pressed birch plywood (bright lacquered, white or black lacquered). The HK chair is also available in a cushioned edition (fabrics or leather).
  • Vitra - Jill Tube Chair
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    Vitra - Jill Tube Chair
    The Jill chair is the first cooperation of Vitra and Alfredo Häberli. Inspired by the beginnings of plywood deformation, Jill sounds the borders of this technology out. Jill Wood moreover possesses a filigree steel rod base. Charles Eames reached crossed the border between two and three dimensional deformation of plywood in the forties for the first time. The fascination for sculptural expression of this soon polywood-prototype is recognizable in many of Alfredo Häberlis designs. The in 1964 in Argentina born Swiss designer works with his studio which has been founded in 1991 for namely companies in product and furniture design, textiles shaping as well as interior architecture, Alfredo Häberli formally refers to the forties with Jill and transforms these into modern organic seats with Vitra and the newest plywood-technology. Jill’s veneers are bent in a patented procedure, until the seats get together. This creates an open and flexible seat with transition of seat to back which follows body contours. Two endless lines, an interior and an exterior, penetrate and surround an area forming a sculptural form which follows the contours of the body offering exceptional seat comfort thanks to high flexibility. The base of Jill has also been partly inspired by historic idols but always offering a contemporary expression to the chair – especially in its distinctive colour which is adapted to the optionally available seat-covers. More details: Seat: veneer (ash, oak or walnut), three-dimensional deformed. Bases: all bases with glides for carpets or with felt glides for hard floor. Four-feet steel rod base, not stackable, chromed or powder coated (colours: ivory, ice grey, chocolate, raspberry)
  • Magis Design Magis - Steelwood Armchair
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    Magis Design Magis - Steelwood Armchair
    The Steelwood Chair from Magis is a reaction to the meanwhile widely spread trend or manufacturing plastic chairs. Magis has already produced numerous plastic objects however, this time the designers wanted a further development and the production of something different and new. The French designers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec designed the Steelwood chair, as the name already reveals, out of metal and wood. The seat and legs are made out of massive beech wood, while the back and armrests consist of metal. Together both materials form an exceptional chair that breaks with conventions. Wood and metal stand in contrast to each other perfectly complemented. In opposite to chairs out of plastic, Steelwood from Magis became a piece of individual character along the years, developing to a better one. The Steelwood Armchair from Magis is available in four different variants. The backrest is made out of steel plate, the seat and legs out of massive beech wood.
  • Kartell - Spoon Chair
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    Kartell - Spoon Chair
    The Spoon Chair was designed by Antonio Citterio and Toan Nguyen for Kartell and is a modern, height adjustable and rotary office chair. Spoon Chair is named as an object that is decidedly to be matched to advantages because of the used technique at its manufacture: because the special technique allows getting a product “in strata” that consists of two materials, one aesthetic and one distinguished because of its durability, whereas the strength is individually designable. Spoon Chair consists of one single poured bowl. A reinforced bending that is able to offer the maximal flexibility and the highest comfort makes the connection between sitting area and middle feet possible. The handle that enables the mechanism adjustment is completely integrated in the middle foot. An exchange cushion in the same colour as the frame, two arm-rests and mobility rolls complement the chair. Further colour variants are available.
  • Engelbrechts - Kevi 2003 Office Chair
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    Engelbrechts - Kevi 2003 Office Chair
    Kevi 2003 from Jørgen Rasmussen is the classic representative of a timeless idea: the better one sits, the more one reaches. With Kevi one gets what one sees: seat, backrest, frame – nothing hidden, nothing unexpected. The office and working chair Kevi 2003 stands in the simple and harmonic balance of aesthetics and ergonomics. The functional construction simultaneously builds its form. The original office chair from the series was designed for the company Kettel & Villadsen. The Name of Kevi still reminds of the initials of that business. The director from Kettel & Villadsen had backache and needed a new office chair. Because of the limited resources, every piece was carefully proofed to its usage while the chair was developed. This is where the sophisticated and functional design of Kevi emerged. Later on Kevi was overworked and continuously improved. The result was a design that is classic, elegant and functional because it grew over generations and got sharper in its daily use. The Kevi office Chair is also available in other colours and variants. It can be ordered with a special height, adjustable feet rests, hard or soft rolls or runners or further models out of the Kevi series for example.
  • Vitra - ID Soft
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    Vitra - ID Soft
    A swivelling office chair that is individually coordinated to single users, teams or situations according to its function and aesthetics, decidedly influencing productivity, health and comfort at the working place. The swivelling office chair family consists of four components that fulfil the most different aesthetics, material, usage and prize demands. Based on the models that defer by their upholstery (Mesh, Soft and Trim), more than 8000 different ID Chairs can be configured through the combination of 4 mechanisms, 3 armrests, 3 under-frames and 2 frame colours. ID Soft with a classical upholstered back ID Soft with its wholly upholstered backrest is pleasantly soft and comfortable. The backrest cushion is height adjustable and exactly adaptable to the lumbar vertebra area. Individuality and health Dynamic seating means to sit comfortably and healthy at the same time. A new, patented chair mechanism also allows a synchronic forwards movement with weight adjustment besides the adjustable backwards movement for the first time. This supports dynamic seating over the whole moving procedure. Thereby the mechanism follows the natural movements of human bodies being in a continuous contact with the back. The harmonic mechanism movements encourage the user to sit for a long time on a dynamic way. The counter-pressure of the backrest and the forwards inclining can be adjusted – or balanced, so as to adopt every seating position between maximally laid back in a lounge position and forwards in an upright position without any efforts. Do you want to configure your ID office chair after your demands, accordingly individual? Then contact us, we will be glad to advise you!
  • Vitra - ID Trim
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    Vitra - ID Trim
    A swivelling office chair that is individually coordinated to single users, teams or situations according to its function and aesthetics, decidedly influencing productivity, health and comfort at the working place. The swivelling office chair family consists of four components that fulfil the most different aesthetics, material, usage and prize demands. Based on the models that defer by their upholstery (Mesh, Soft and Trim), more than 8000 different ID Chairs can be configured through the combination of 4 mechanisms, 3 armrests, 3 under-frames and 2 frame colours. ID Trim with elegant fabrics The back construction of the ID Trim is characterized by the comfort of an upholstery with the visual lightness of a net. The self-supporting back construction has the back coating tensed over the frame and is fulfilled by the upholstery compartments that achieve a cushion effect and with it the necessary hold by simultaneous pressure relief. The 3 dimensional form of the backrest adopts a back conture and spreads flexibility and support at just the right zones: 1. Supports the lumbar area, 2. sinking in the thoracic vertebral region, 3. supports also shoulders. This ensures that the spinal column stays in its natural position and the field of view is also kept when the working position is a laid back one. The neck and throat area stay relaxed. Individuality and health Dynamic seating means to sit comfortably and healthy at the same time. A new, patented chair mechanism also allows a synchrony forwards movement with weight adjustment besides the adjustable backwards movement for the first time. This supports dynamic seating over the whole moving procedure. Thereby the mechanism follows the natural movements of human bodies being in a continuous contact with the back. The harmonic mechanism movements encourage the user to sit for a long time on a dynamic way. The counter-pressure of the backrest and the forwards inclining can be adjusted – or balanced, so as to adopt every seating position between maximally laid back in a lounge position and forwards in an upright position without any efforts. Do you want to configure your ID office chair after your demands, accordingly individual? Then contact us, we will be glad to advise you!
  • Flötotto - Pro 6 Chair, four-legged-wooden frame
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    Flötotto - Pro 6 Chair, four-legged-wooden frame
    The Pro 6 chair by Flötotto with its four-legged-wooden frame is the further development of a school chair. It connects this style with the newest ergonomic cognition and a classic appearance. The Flötotto Pro 6 chair with a four-legged-wooden frame is especially emphasized in natural surroundings. The Pro series by Konstantin Grcic has initially been designed to be used in schools. Convinced by their concept, the designer and Flötotto developed a whole collection which would also suit in private areas. The Pro 6 chair with its four-legged-wooden frame is one of these further developments. With its traditional wooden frame, it offers a classic appeal and perfectly suits in simple, natural living worlds. Thanks to its slim backrest and the round seat, it furthermore enables moving-liberty. The backrests adapts to the form of the back and does therewith offer a good support for the daily work. Since the backrest moves with every change of position, the spinal column is supported and the musculature reinforced. Thanks to the slim form of the Flötotto Pro 6 chair with four-legged-wooden frame, it is also wonderfully suitable to be used the wrong way.
  • Vitra - Hal Wood chair
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    Vitra - Hal Wood chair
    The Hal Wood chair was created by the designer Jasper Morrison as a part of the Hal collection for Vitra. The modern shell chair possesses a wooden under frame of oak wood and it is multifunctional usable – in offices, public or private areas. Jasper Morrison reinterpreted the classic shell chair with the Hal Wood chair. A multifunctional chair with a clear and contemporaneous expression emerged. The form of the shell offers a lot of elbowroom and the slightly yielding plastic enables different sitting positions – also sideward’s or astride. This is how Hal encourages a dynamic and ergonomic sitting. The under frame of the Wood chair from Vitra is available in bright and dark oak wood. The different colours of the sitting shell enable an easy integration of the chair in every furnishing.
  • Vitra - MedaSlim Chair
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    Vitra - MedaSlim Chair
    MedaSlim, an elegant, cyclopaedic usable chair for offices and conference rooms, auditoriums, restaurants, cafés and the house – for every area in which people wish to sit comfortably. MedaSlim is formally withdrawing and impresses by high seat comfort, a sophisticated construction and the use of durable materials. MedaSlim is the ideal addition to the office chairs of the Meda Collection. MedaSlim Eco was awarded with the Greenguard-certificate and the ecolabel „Der Blaue Engel“ („The Blue Angel“) and it is 92% recyclable. Alberto Meda, 2004. More details: Cyclopaedic visitor- and conference chair on a four-foot base. Available with or without armrests. With synthetic pads or soft felt pads. Up to five chairs are stackable and they have chromed back feet. MedaSlim can be connected and numbered with a retrofit connecting element. It can be radial mounted. Frame of the backrests, front feet and seating plate made out of one cast. Back feet: chromed aluminium, polished or powder covered, according to the frame colour basic dark. Seating cushion made of polyurethane, upholstered with fabric qualities Nova, Skin, Torso Meda or Leather. Back rest: free tightened net cover Netline, Meda 2 (analogue about the office chairs MedaPro and Meda 2) or cord fabric Torso Meda.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSX
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSX
    Eames Plastic Side Chair is a contemporary version of the legendary Fiberglass Chair. It was created in cooperation with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair out of plastic. The organic shaped seat is connected to the metal base with integrated »Shock Mounts«, which gives you a relaxing, and very comfortable sitting feeling. Wether in privacy, restaurants, waiting rooms, offices, conference rooms or large halls, the Eames Plastic Chair DSX (Dining Height Side Chair X-Base) fits in all kinds of ambiences. The Eames Plastic Side Chair by Charles & Ray Eames, out of the year 1950, is also available in other colours, with other cushions and/ or with a different coated base for outdoor use.
  • Muuto - Cover Chair
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    Muuto - Cover Chair
    The designer Thomas Bentzen explains about his chair: ”Cover was born out of the longing of constructing a comfortable and contemporaneous armchair out of wood. I wanted a fresh and vivid plywood appearance, but with frame with stable and down-to-earth expressions.” After experimenting during three years, the Muuto Cover chair emerges, a weightless and still strong armchair, which makes the interplay with wooden veneer even more extreme: A layer of wood is folded around the armrests. That’s a playful, decent detail, which is only possible since there is modern wood processing – and it was born out of necessity. It was initially developed without the “Cover”, but then the designer Thomas Bentzen realized how uncomfortable and slim the armrests of his chair were. He added the small detail which makes the Cover chair even more comfortable. Muuto produces the Cover chair completely out of oak or ash wood (in the coloured edition) and without any metal. The wood surrounding the armrests also serves as fixing element for the legs. The Muuto Cover chair is also available in coloured and one cushioned edition. The coloured editions of the chair bribe because of their naturalness, as well as the unpainted wooden editions do – since the grain of the wood isn’t covered by its paint.
  • Vitra - Amoebe Highback Armchair
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    Vitra - Amoebe Highback Armchair
    The Amoebe emerged in 1970 in several editions for Verner Panton’s famous Visiona installation. The Danish presented revolutionary new living concepts there, which are still very current and even modern. The name Amoebe shows that Verner Panton thought of living organisms in his one-piece, flowing chairs – Panton’s natural shape doesn’t know any aging. The Amoebe is a succeeded example for this type of ground-based lounge chairs and it embodies the happy-cheeky 70s. Conventional chairs weren’t desired anymore, it was about low, comfortable furniture to be used in many different ways instead. The flexible backrest of the Vitra Amoebe Highback shows up sculptural over its head and it forms a kind of canopy over the user. The Amoebe Highback armchair therewith transmits a feeling of comfort and retreat – especially in big, open rooms. Vitra manufactures the organic armchair of a laminated structure with foam cushions, which are coated with the sophisticated Tonus fabric by Kvadrat.
  • Moroso - Take A Line For A Walk
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    Moroso - Take A Line For A Walk
    Häberli brings out the communication abilities of the object and the emotional bond which it can create: the chair draws on an archaic yet extremely modern visual force which recalls the idea of a cocooning, motherly comfort, with the big ears which can be wrapped around the head in search of protection or isolation from the surrounding environment. According to Alfredo Häberli, the ears lounger emerged in a working procedure called Rapid Prototyping. At that time, Häberli read a book about the artist Paul Klee, whose explanation was to “take a line for a walk” – this is how the designer called his creation in the end – that’s the story of the inspiration for the weightless design of a lounge chair with enormous wings. One year later, the upholstered edition emerged – another small detail in this autonomous structure. More details: Design: Alfredo Häberli, 2003. the model TAKE A LINE FOR A WALK cannot be undressed. steel frame in cold-foamed foam and Polyester cotton. Frame, steel tube kaon grey or grey varnished. Chromium foot rest. Spinning mechanism kaon grey varnished. Different qualities, different Kvadrat fabrics (extra charge). Armchair Take A Line For A Walk is also available with foot rests. We’re glad to advise you by phone or E-Mail if you have questions regarding the different fabric variants.
  • Vitra - Amoebe Armchair
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    Vitra - Amoebe Armchair
    Verner Panton created several versions of the Amoebe for his famous Visiona installation in 1970. The revolutionary home concepts from that time are still current and even modern. Verner Panton was humorous – how else could the armchair have been called Amoebe? The idol of nature also ensures that Panton’s designs are timeless and don’t know any design eras. The Vitra made Amoebe embodies the happy-cheeky spirit of the early 1970s as a ground-based piece of furniture: conventional chairs weren’t demanded anymore, it was about low, comfortable furniture instead, which were reusable. The Amoebe Armchair is ergonomically suitable to the human body in its organic and one-piece design, completely according to its unicellular model. Vitra manufactures the harmonically designed armchair in a laminated structure with foam cushioning, coated with the sophisticated Tonus fabric by Kvadrat.
  • Vitra - Organic Conference Chair
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    Vitra - Organic Conference Chair
    The Organic Conference is a classic piece of furniture, which isn’t really a classic: The chair by the design legends Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen couldn’t be produced in series because of a lack of technique in the 1940s. It was vitalized by Vitra in 2006 for the first time. Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen created a complete series of Oranic Chairs in different editions for the competition “Organic Design in Home Furnishing” of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in 1941. The designs were futuristic formally, but they weren’t produced because of a lack of technique then. The organic seat could only be produced and distributed in bigger amounts later, so were the Eames Plastic Chair by Charles & Ray Eames or the Tulip Chair by Eero Saarinen. Vitra and the Vitra Design Museum vitalized the classic piece in 2006 with the first serial production of the Organic Chair, the Organic Highback with high backrest and headrest followed in 2008. The shape of the seats of the Organic Chairs is adapted to the seat demands of the human body. The user sits in a lower, slightly backwards inclined position in the reading chairs Organic Chair and Organic Highback, while the Organic Conference is slightly higher and more upright, supporting sitting at a table. The organic shape of and the comfortable cushions ensure exceptional sitting comfort. Vitra produces the Organic Chairs out of ash wood with polyurethane foam cushions. The sophisticated coating with the Hopsack fabric by Kvadrat ensurea robustness and longevity to the Organic Conference Chair – also in a stressing office routine.
  • Vitra - .06 Armchair
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    Vitra - .06 Armchair
    The .06 Armchair of Vitra is mint by the same formal intransigence as the .05 Armchair. Both were designed by Maarten van Severen, who considered to give them a reduced look. The large comfort of the .06 Armchair developes by using it: The soft, made of integral skin foam, leaf springs in seat and back rest arranges a dynamic feeling while sitting down, and the highest comfort, and laziness. The tubular frame of the armchair is made of stainless steel, which makes it really flexible, and resistant to outward influences. Because of that, it is really suitable for the outside, too.
  • Hay - Copenhague Chair
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    Hay - Copenhague Chair
    The Danish manufacturer Hay invited the designer brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec to design a collection for the re-designed Copenhagen University (KUA). The result was the Copenhague series, which consists of a chair, a bar stool and diverse tables. Hay and the Bouroullecs tried to design furniture for educational institutions, which clearly belong to this generation with their form and identity and which fulfil the demands of a university. That’s the reason why the Copenhague Chair is very functional, but without getting too serious in its expression. Since both designers also concentrated on renouncing institutional and office-like expressions of traditional furniture in scholar environments with their Copenhague Chair. They wanted to design objects with bigger originality and a homely appeal. Hay manufactures the Copenhague Chair out of different kinds of wood and more are available on demand.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Schindlersalmerón - Flank-Milled Chair F/01
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    Schindlersalmerón - Flank-Milled Chair F/01
    Handicraft and contemporaneous technique come together in the flank-milled chair F/01 by Schindlersalmerón. The connections at the frame are tapped and glued. The twisted back legs are produced with the technique of the flank-milling and they give the elegant, unmistakable contour to the Schindlersalmerón chair, with one back leg becoming thinner than the other. That’s how the twisted back legs of the F/01 chair stage the technical possibilities of the highly modern, 5-axis flank-milling of a CNC milling machine. Schindlersalmerón produces the frame, legs and backrest of the flank-milled chair F/01 Out of European, PEFC certified massive wood. The surface has a veneer of oiled or black stained oak, the seat is made of beech wood. Floor-protecting Teflon pads complete the flank-milled chair F/01 by Schindlersalmerón. Cushions for the elegant F/01 chair are also available.
  • Vitra - Fauteuil de Salon
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    Vitra - Fauteuil de Salon
    Jean Prouvé was a master of making an aesthetic virtue out of functional necessities. His Fauteuil de Salon is a perfect example for that skill. The armchair, which was initially re-edited by Vitra in cooperation with the French furniture label G-Star was included in the permanent collection of Vitra. The Fauteuil de Salon was created 1939. Jean Prouvé was oriented by a standard chair when he designed his Fauteuil: Massive, conic back-legs contrast the slim legs of the front-side. This had a practical reason for the constructer Prouvé: A big part of the weight of the one relaxing in the chair remains on the back-legs, which is the reason why the legs have different sizes. The combination of simple surfaces completes the architectural image, with comfortable seat and backrest. The armchair was adapted to contemporaneity by Vitra regarding the colours, after it was found in the archives of the French constructor. Something typical for Prouvé is that the constructive model is knowingly presented becoming the aesthetic characteristic. Thick cushions contrast the technically cool base of the chair with its slim armrests. The Fauteuil de Salon is a comfortable lounge chair, which is made of powder coated steel by Vitra. The cushions consist of cotton with polyurethane filling and the armrests are made of massive oak wood. The armchair is available in different colours.
  • Vitra - Standard Chair
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    Vitra - Standard Chair
    Jean Prouvé made a big classic piece with his Standard chair: It was initially designed in 1934 and re-edited in 1950 by the French designer. Vitra interpreted the chair again and brought it to contemporaneity. A chair has to be resistant in its back legs, since there rests the weight of the body relaxing on it. This simple cognition was realized on an embossing way in the Standard chair by the designer and constructer Jean Prouvé: The backside legs of the chair are voluminous hollow bodies giving the load to the ground, while the front-legs are less loaded, consisting of steel tube. The Standard is a model for Prouvés architectural design approach: The chair follows the rules of utility and shows its construction outspokenly. The materials are as timeless as the construction: Vitra produces the Standard chair out of steel and oak wood. The chair is available in different colours.
  • Vitra - C1 Armchair
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    Vitra - C1 Armchair
    Verner Panton already pre-recorded the shapes of the Pop Art in the 1950s. His reduced and still bribing C1 Armchair still bribes with his design clearness. Verner Panton’s career as designer reached its first climax in the end of the 1950s: The Danish pre-recorded elements of Pop Art with geometric furniture series and he clearly admitted the Scandinavian modern elegance of shaping with the processing of his frames. The most famous models of this series are those he initially made for a restaurant: Cone Chairs and Heart Cone Chairs. Verner Panton used the form of a half-sphere for the C1 Armchair, which is produced by Vitra, for the first time: Stored in a position which allows turning it and slightly inclined, the cushioned seat offers high comfort – for relaxing hours as well as to sit upright. The C1 is usable in private homes, hotels or receptions because of its clear shape, and it therefore looks even more gorgeous together with more of its kind. Vitra manufactures the C1 Armchair out of a stainless steel frame, a laminated plastic bowl and a polyurethane seat. The soft foam ergonomically adapts to the body, ensuring relaxing seat comfort.
  • Artek - Chair 23
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    Artek - Chair 23
    Artek re-edited another classic piece made by Alvar Aalto with the Chair 23. The cantilever has the characteristic form of most of the designs by the Finnish. The Chair 23 by Artek is a design of 1930 which has already been presented in the first collection by the manufacturer. Alvar Aalto designed the early cantilever suiting the side table 606 completely in black, with the Aalto typical renouncement of unnecessary details. The Chair 23 is suitable for the most different surroundings because of the simple form and colour. The Chair 23 was initially designed to be used in the Aalto designed Paimio, since it is ideally suitable to be used in public buildings because it is stackable. With its seat out of birch veneer, the frame of bent, matt painted steel tube and the simple form, the chair represented modern furnishing styles in the 30s, being as well contemporaneous today.
  • Hay - About A Chair AAC 14
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    Hay - About A Chair AAC 14
    About a Chair by Hay is a collection with outstanding simplicity in design. With it, the designer Hee Welling reached a new level in the combination of shape, function, comfort, detail, and aesthetic. The chairs are aware of being simple and plain and can therefore be combined without any problems with other furniture and surroundings. They are excellently combinable with every furnishing style because of their simplicity – which makes these chairs also perfectly suitable to be used in public rooms. According to the ideas of the designer Hee Welling, the About a Chair-chairs should suit restaurants or in cafeterias and also offices, on the homely dining table or conference tables. In this context the idea of the simplicity became a guarantor for functionality and combinability. The AAC 14 moreover has an upholstered seat without armrests, made of dyed thorough polypropylene (cushions available optionally). The four-leg frame with swivel base is made of polished or powder coated aluminium and it has soft casters, suitable for all kinds of grounds. The AAC 14 is especially suitable to be used in offices, being also available with a painted base. Furthermore, the About A Chair by Hay is also available with different seats and bases, such as in the AAC 12 edition, with a wooden four-leg frame or the AAC13 with the wooden four-legs base an cushioning: The seats and bases of the AAC series enable numerous combinations, which will never appear to be unwanted or selected by chance. We will gladly advise you for personal configurations.
  • Vitra - Monopod Armchair
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    Vitra - Monopod Armchair
    An iconic piece of furniture by the advocate of “new simplicity”: Jasper Morrison’s Monopod of 2008 is a sculpture in the room, which reminds us of objects out of stone or wood with its shape. Massive and heavy is how the Monopod stands on the floor and it gets younger in an elegant cone-like backrest. Monopod comes together with sofas and bigger loungers in the living room as a small visitors’ armchair, and it represents public areas thanks to its solid construction – which also makes it wonderfully suitable for entrance halls. The construction of the armchair with an interior cushioned plastic seat ensures the precise shape of the Monopod even when it is used for a longer time, and it simultaneously offers exceptional sitting comfort. The corpus of the Vitra Monopod consists of polyethylene. Seat and backrests are cushioned with comfortable polyurethane foam, while the outside is coated with leather.
  • Artek - Chair 69
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    Artek - Chair 69
    Alvar Aalto designed his Chair 69 in 1935 as minimalist chair for the dining table. The Chair 69 has the typical L-legs as well as most of the furniture designed by the Finnish, giving it the characteristic silhouette and making it possible to fix the frame directly at the seat. The Chair 69 was initially designed like the Stool 60 and other famous furniture by Aalto, for the library in Wyborg. It soon started its successful adventure all around the world starting there, entering also private homes delighting with its clear and soft shape. Artek manufactures the Chair 69 of birch veneer, which is painted in another step. There are also editions with laminated or cushioned seats available.
  • Hay - About A Lounge Chair AAL 93
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    Hay - About A Lounge Chair AAL 93
    About a Chair by Hay is a collection of chairs with bribing simplicity regarding design. The designer Hee Welling reached a new level in the combination of shape, function, comfort, details and aesthetics with his collection. The AAL 93 enlarges the series with one low lounge chair which perfectly suits the philosophy of the resting furniture pieces. The About A Lounge Chair AAL 93 is slightly upholstered with foam according to the Eco-Tex-Standard and it has armrests, a high backrest and a modern wooden four-foot base. Different Kvadrat fabrics are selectable as upholstery, available in different colours. The seat of the Hay AAL 93 consists of polyurethane, the frame of beech wood which is coated with a soaped oak or stained ash vener. Moreover the About a Lounge Chair by Hay is also available with other coatings and bases, such as the AAL 92 with wooden base or the AAL 83 with a low backrest. The seats and bases of the AAL series make up numerous combinations, which never seem unwanted or combined by mistake. We will gladly advise you for personal configurations.
  • Hay - About A Lounge Chair AAL 81
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    Hay - About A Lounge Chair AAL 81
    About a Chair by Hay is a collection of chairs with bribing simplicity regarding design. The designer Hee Welling reached a new level in the combination of shape, function, comfort, details and aesthetics with his collection. The AAL 81 enlarges the series with one low lounge chair which perfectly suits the philosophy of the resting furniture pieces. The About A Lounge Chair AAL 81 is slightly upholstered with foam according to the Eco-Tex-Standard and it has armrests, a high backrest and a swivel four-foot base. Different Kvadrat fabrics are selectable as upholstery, available in different colours. The seat of the Hay AAL 81 consists of polyurethane, the frame of polished or powder coated aluminium. Moreover the About a Lounge Chair by Hay is also available with other coatings and bases, such as the AAL 82 with wooden base or the AAL 91 with a high backrest. The seats and bases of the AAL series make up numerous combinations, which never seem unwanted or combined by mistake. We will gladly advise you for personal configurations.
  • Hay - About A Lounge Chair AAL 91
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    Hay - About A Lounge Chair AAL 91
    About a Chair by Hay is a collection of chairs with bribing simplicity regarding design. The designer Hee Welling reached a new level in the combination of shape, function, comfort, details and aesthetics with his collection. The AAL 91 enlarges the series with one low lounge chair which perfectly suits the philosophy of the resting furniture pieces. The About A Lounge Chair AAL 91 is slightly upholstered with foam according to the Eco-Tex-Standard and it has armrests, a high backrest and a swivel four-foot base. Different Kvadrat fabrics are selectable as upholstery, available in different colours. The seat of the Hay AAL 91 consists of polyurethane, the frame of polished or powder coated aluminium. Moreover the About a Lounge Chair by Hay is also available with other coatings and bases, such as the AAL 92 with wooden base or the AAL 81 with a low backrest. The seats and bases of the AAL series make up numerous combinations, which never seem unwanted or combined by mistake. We will gladly advise you for personal configurations.
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