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Vitra Repos Armchair Premium Leather Jade Powder Coated Base Glides for Hard
Jointly developed by Vitra and Antonio Citterio, the lounge chair Repos introduces a new level of comfort and flexibility to the home environment: with their generous padding, inviting armrests and high backrest, these elegant swivel-based lounge chairs impart an image of supreme comfort. Thanks to the synchronised mechanism concealed beneath the upholstery, sitters can move from an upright posture to a reclined angle for resting and lock the backrest in any position. The resistance of the backrest can be manually adjusted to the user's weight. This ensures great comfort and optimal spinal support across the entire range of movement.
Vitra Eames DKW 2 Wire Chair Hopsak F200 Checker Bikini
Designed by Charles and Ray Eames out of welded steel wire, the Wire Chair is a variation on the theme of the organically shaped one-piece seat shell, combining transparent lightness with technological sophistication. The seat shell can be joined with a variety of different bases. The Wire Chair is available with a two-piece seat and back cushion known as the Bikini‘ pad due to its shape.
Vitra Eames Fibreglass Chair DSR Eames Classic Red 30 Basic Dark Powder
The Fiberglass Chairs were launched on the market in 1950, introducing a new furniture typology that has since become widespread: the multifunctional chair whose shell can be combined with a variety of bases to serve different purposes. In response to the enormous popularity of the chair, the choice of bases and colours was subsequently expanded. Over the course of the following decade, the Fiberglass Chairs became one of the best known furniture designs of the twentieth century.
Vitra Moca Chair Dining Chair Natural Oak Chrome base
Jasper Morrison’s signature understated aesthetic meets robust, quality materials in the form of the chrome and dark oak Moca Chair for Vitra. Boasting a dark oak veneer seat and backrest, the chair is finished with a polished chrome frame. The chair is stackable for easy storage and even features a stacking protector to help safeguard the seat when stacked.
Vitra Panton Chair White New Height
First designed in 1963, it would take another four years before Verner Panton would see his chair put into production by Vitra.However, due to technical restraints this first model was composed of a rigid polyurethane foam with a glossy lacquer, and it was not until 1999 that the Panton chair could be made to its original conception.Formed from a single piece of durable, dyed plastic with lustrous matt finish, this version of the Panton chair has the same curvature and cantilevered frame but is now available in an expanded range of colours.An emblem of experimental 1960s furniture, this comfortable and sturdy design still looks innovative when set amongst the most stylish and modern of interiors.
Vitra Eames DSR Chair New Height White Basic Dark
The organic seat, or “shell” as it’s often referred to, has an organic form that allows for a comfortable sit while still providing firm posture support. Formed from thin lines of bent steel, the DSR’s criss-crossing legs fix directly to the base to provide sturdy support on a seemingly slender frame.A wonderfully crafted, and fully licensed edition by Vitra, this reproduction adheres strictly to the Eames original design - the only change being the replacement of fibreglass shell for an environmentally friendly polypropylene seat.Available in a range of bold and bright colours to suit every kind of interior scheme, the Eames DSR Chair makes a wonderful addition to any home or workspace – whether it’s for use in the lounge, dining room, or office.
Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair White Coloured Ash
First produced in 1955, the Series 7 3107 Chair is the culmination of architect and designer Arne Jacobsen’s experimentation with pressure moulded, laminated furniture. The swooping curves along the backrest mirror those of the seat, while a pinched, cutaway waistline on the lower back provides a graceful silhouette. Resting on dainty, but highly strong, chromed tubular steel legs this space-age design can be easily stacked. To finish, a beautifully textured lacquer is applied in a variety of colours.
Fritz Hansen Grand Prix Side Chair 4130 White Ash 105 Wood Legs
Having already produced a series of designs for Fritz Hansen that are similar in construction, Jacobsen had perfected the technique of pressure moulding layers of sliced veneer, a beech wood core covered by lacquered ash, to create this robust and versatile piece.The linear outline of the Grand Prix reflects motifs common within mid-century Atomic style furniture, with two rectangular curves set at an angle atop a thin bodied backrest. Moulded to form to the natural contours of the user, the winged curvature of the seat not only provides an elegant swooping line, but also ample comfort and support.Each of the wonderfully bowed legs are given rounded indentation along both sides with discreet rubber guards in place to prevent friction between the base the frame.Made from lacquered ash wood, this angular chair is available in a range or bright or muted tones that suit modern and vintage inspired interiors.
Fritz Hansen NO2 Recycle Chair Off White
Designed by Japanese studio nendo for Fritz Hansen, the N02 Recycle Chair’s shell is crafted using plastic waste that is collected, processed and upcycled in central Europe. The benefit of this material is that it can be recycled in the future, if necessary. The shell itself was inspired by a simple crease of paper spotted on a work table and rests on a chromed steel base.