Lounge Chairs

1085 Edition Lounge

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Craft skills, the passage of time and the beauty of a project without equal. The 1085 Edition chair by Bartoli Design for Kristalia is inspired by the almost centenary experience of Presot®, the only tannery in Italy that still works the skin with traditional methods.

It is no coincidence that he is linked to some of the most important names in Italian high fashion. However, it also draws on nautical know-how, as it adopts the tie-rod mechanism to maintain the tension that would naturally be lost over the years and with the softening of the skin. It also reflects the passing of time, preserving the work of those who made it and those who use it day after day.

This beautiful object has the charm of a unique piece of furniture. The 1085 edition is available in the chair or living room version, in natural or black leather.

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Adell Lounge

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Curved lounge Chair designed by Lievore + Altherr Désile Park, 2020 available in a recycled textured plastic finish only, fully upholstered, in plastic with upholstered seat cushion, or in plastic with a removable cushion or full cover, for indoor and outdoor use.

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Aperi

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Aperi from Lammhults arrives to the modern office where sitting has evolved to the welcoming touchstones of softness and support. The dynamic office relies more and more on the comforts of home, while the home is often an office. Lifestyle is now work style, and Aperi addresses both in balance. The compact monolithic form of Aperi brings a sense of calm to the work environment.

Aperi is available as a single seat chair, as well as two and three seat versions, upholstered in fabric with stitched seams in diverging color as an option.

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Aston Club – High Back

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Designed by Jean-Marie Massaud, 2020

Space to think, space to dream. Aston Club evolves the Aston design to offer sumptuous comfort contained within a striking and elegant gesture. An evocative silhouette that still plays well with others, this statement piece speaks quietly, but confidently. Its strong and classical lines convey an enduring allure – a timeless form designed for superlative comfort.

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Brioni Up Indoor

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Brioni from Kristalia is a collection of seats inspired by the archipelago in the Adriatic Sea of the same name. Designed by the duo LucidiPevere for outdoor use, and later redesigned in an indoor version, the collection is now enriched with new versions.

A lounge, daybed and pouf accompany the 2 seater and 3 ­seater chairs and Brioni­Up, an advanced version of the armchair and sofa with a high seat and backs, ideal for use in the contract sector. Metal feet, ten centimetres long, are available on request to raise the height of the chair.

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Click Modular Seating

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Click is a brilliant idea from Estudio Sancal. Toni J. Castaño had a light bulb moment when he was adjusting the headrests of his car. Starting from a simple mechanism, similar to the one used in the automotive sector, the studio shaped a very versatile sectional seating system.

Click’s lightness and small footprint are the keys to its success as well as its great versatility. This seating range is perfect for lobbies and break-out areas, as well as for tourist apartments or second homes. In addition to sofas and customised compositions – to which playful armrests and functional tables can be added – the Click can be configured into armchairs and small modules for charming bars and cafes.

An attractive and practical design with soft, curved back and arm cushions. No one could imagine that this is Sancal‘s first “flat-pack” sofa. This remarkable feature reduces the environmental impact from transport due to the packaging reduced sizes. Its easy assembling system, as its name suggests is as simple as clicking the elements together.

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Collar Lounge

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The Wendelbo Collar Lounge Chair – Leather, designed by 365 Degrees North, is a sharp and sophisticated body-hugging chair.

Prioritising timeless style and inviting relaxation, the curvaceous lounge chair creates a cosy cocoon of supportive comfort. Perfect for a living room, hallway or large lobby space, the soft, rounded design forms an elegant silhouette that can integrate into spaces both classic and contemporary.
Upholstered in smooth Wendelbo Buttero Leather, the shapely seat shell has been placed upon a slender metal frame, forming an elegant contrast and distinctive design that invites you to be seated and relaxed.
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Corso Easy Chair

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The Corso easy chair started as a play with lines in the sketchbook of designer, Peter Andersson: “The two-dimensional lines in the sketchbook, which intuitively just felt so obvious, have been translated into a cohesive loop of steel tubing” Peter Andersson explains.

The simplicity of Corso´s design is also reflected through its resource-efficient construction. The frame gives the easy chair a soft, resilient effect both through its shape and construction, whilst the design also utilizes a minimal amount of upholstery, without compromising on comfort. Natural and durable materials are used to prolong the product lifecycle and is easily taken apart for replacement or recycling.

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Darling Lounge

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It all started with the typical Scandinavian chair – slim, light, comfortable. Few materials. Modest. But the result is something more. Darling  from Minus Tio is embracing and charming. A friendly character who puts a smile on your face.

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Kata Lounge

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Designed by Altherr Désile Park in 2021 for Arper, Kata is a lounge armchair with solid black locust frame with teak stained finish.‎ Shell with steel frame and 3D Knit fabric with striped pattern made with recycled polyester fibre yarns and available in 3 colours.‎ Suitable for outdoor use.‎

 

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Kontrapunkt Lounge

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The design of the Kontrapunkt armchair from Prostoria and chaise longue transformer explores the possibility of creating an alternative to the standard bulky recliner armchair typology. The goal was to integrate the armchair and chaise lounge into one compact visually light object. The very name Kontrapunkt (counterpoint) means “two opposite points”, and comes from music, where it denotes a method of composing two parallel melodic lines into one harmonious whole.

This was achieved by using the armrests as part of an innovative mechanism that holds the leg pad extension and tilts the backrest into the proper position. The design is minimal and lays the product’s structural parts bare, without compromising its aesthetic. Comfort is achieved through an ergonomic shape and material elasticity, particularly through different versions of the product’s skin, upholstered in fabric or leather. The change of skins transforms its character, making it suitable for various situations of interior use. The ultimate experience of comfort can be additionally moderated through layers of feather and with the regulation of the height of the head cushion.

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Little Big Lounge

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With its sculptural and organic shape the Little Big Chair from Norr 11 is a welcoming lounge chair featuring an innovative hidden swivel base. Designed by Kristian Sofus Hansen and Tommy Hyldahl, they had comfort as the starting point in the design the soft lines and embracing expression brings character and life into any interior setting.

The chair comes with the barnum bouclé fabric, linen or velvet and can be customised as well to the customer’s fabric preferences.

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Pacha Lounge

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Playful yet undeniably comfortable, the Gubi Pacha Lounge Chair mixes 70s modernist chic with a curvaceous shape to serve the natural form of the body.

Originally designed in 1975 by the legendary Frenchman Pierre Paulin, the Gubi Pacha lounge chair broke boundaries with its rounded and bold form, ushering in a new age of design in a post-war, post-austerity era. Paulin consistently practised comfort as a starting point for his designs, with the Pacha chair being no different; curvaceous, organic shapes mix to support the natural shape of the body. The Pacha lounge chair represents Paulin’s philosophy of low-level living; a modern way of living and sitting on the floor.
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Roly Poly

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Designed by Faye Toogood, the Roly Poly Collection, consisting of an armchair and a sofa, embodies the concepts of furniture and sculpture, thus representing the philosophy of Driade in a perfect way.

The characteristic of these monobloc furnishing accessories is the bowl shape of the seat, rounded and welcoming, with cylindrical legs and delicately linear shapes that give it a reassuring and massive look. Made of rotationally molded polyethylene, the low seat has been enriched with soft padded cushions that nestle in its curved shape for an engaging sitting experience. Armchair and sofa are available in a variety of colors to complement any type of interior or exterior decoration.

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Ruff Lounge

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An object that inhabits the space it is placed in. Ruff, Getlucky‘s “sister” armchair (Moroso), is designed by Patricia Urquiola for the contract and hospitality sectors, and indeed any living space, as it offers the ideal forum for a conversation.

The wide armrests lie on the sides of the seat section and wrap around it firmly, even though they have just one single joint. The result is the harmonious combination between curved and straight lines – a simple geometry which creates and architectural interaction with the surrounding space. The Ruff armchair has a functional shape, while its personality does not give up being an object that inhabits the space it is placed in.

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Speal Seating Collection

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A family of products that share an aesthetic and functional DNA. Every material is found to fit the best for each product, both for structures and surfaces. Designed by Nichetto studio the Sepal collection for Wendelbo that includes a lounge chair, sofa and dining chairs.

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Sunny Easy Chair

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Swoon Lounge

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Space Copenhagen designed the Swoon Lounge Chair to fill the gap between a conventional lounge chair and a typical armchair. With its continuous curves, lush look and sculptured shape, Swoon echoes Space Copenhagen’s desire for you to enjoy life at a slow pace.

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Tuile Lounge

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Designed by Patrick Norguet for Kristalia, the Tuile collection gets its name from a traditional French biscuit, as it is narrow with an arched shape like the backrest of these upholstered items.

The Tuile collection includes an armchair, a 2-seater sofa and a 3-seater sofa with a light painted metal frame and a curved comfortable seat with polyurethane foam padding.

With its tailored workmanship and a multitude of colours available, Tuile is ideal in the living room and in all rooms in the home dedicated to relaxation. The exterior covering is made of Sunbrella® fabric: stain-resistant, breathable, UV-resistant and water-repellent.

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1085 Edition Lounge

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Craft skills, the passage of time and the beauty of a project without equal. The 1085 Edition chair by Bartoli Design for Kristalia is inspired by the almost centenary experience of Presot®, the only tannery in Italy that still works the skin with traditional methods.

It is no coincidence that he is linked to some of the most important names in Italian high fashion. However, it also draws on nautical know-how, as it adopts the tie-rod mechanism to maintain the tension that would naturally be lost over the years and with the softening of the skin. It also reflects the passing of time, preserving the work of those who made it and those who use it day after day.

This beautiful object has the charm of a unique piece of furniture. The 1085 edition is available in the chair or living room version, in natural or black leather.

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Adell Lounge

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Curved lounge Chair designed by Lievore + Altherr Désile Park, 2020 available in a recycled textured plastic finish only, fully upholstered, in plastic with upholstered seat cushion, or in plastic with a removable cushion or full cover, for indoor and outdoor use.

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Aperi

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Aperi from Lammhults arrives to the modern office where sitting has evolved to the welcoming touchstones of softness and support. The dynamic office relies more and more on the comforts of home, while the home is often an office. Lifestyle is now work style, and Aperi addresses both in balance. The compact monolithic form of Aperi brings a sense of calm to the work environment.

Aperi is available as a single seat chair, as well as two and three seat versions, upholstered in fabric with stitched seams in diverging color as an option.

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Aston Club – High Back

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Designed by Jean-Marie Massaud, 2020

Space to think, space to dream. Aston Club evolves the Aston design to offer sumptuous comfort contained within a striking and elegant gesture. An evocative silhouette that still plays well with others, this statement piece speaks quietly, but confidently. Its strong and classical lines convey an enduring allure – a timeless form designed for superlative comfort.

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Brioni Up Indoor

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Brioni from Kristalia is a collection of seats inspired by the archipelago in the Adriatic Sea of the same name. Designed by the duo LucidiPevere for outdoor use, and later redesigned in an indoor version, the collection is now enriched with new versions.

A lounge, daybed and pouf accompany the 2 seater and 3 ­seater chairs and Brioni­Up, an advanced version of the armchair and sofa with a high seat and backs, ideal for use in the contract sector. Metal feet, ten centimetres long, are available on request to raise the height of the chair.

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Click Modular Seating

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Click is a brilliant idea from Estudio Sancal. Toni J. Castaño had a light bulb moment when he was adjusting the headrests of his car. Starting from a simple mechanism, similar to the one used in the automotive sector, the studio shaped a very versatile sectional seating system.

Click’s lightness and small footprint are the keys to its success as well as its great versatility. This seating range is perfect for lobbies and break-out areas, as well as for tourist apartments or second homes. In addition to sofas and customised compositions – to which playful armrests and functional tables can be added – the Click can be configured into armchairs and small modules for charming bars and cafes.

An attractive and practical design with soft, curved back and arm cushions. No one could imagine that this is Sancal‘s first “flat-pack” sofa. This remarkable feature reduces the environmental impact from transport due to the packaging reduced sizes. Its easy assembling system, as its name suggests is as simple as clicking the elements together.

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Collar Lounge

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The Wendelbo Collar Lounge Chair – Leather, designed by 365 Degrees North, is a sharp and sophisticated body-hugging chair.

Prioritising timeless style and inviting relaxation, the curvaceous lounge chair creates a cosy cocoon of supportive comfort. Perfect for a living room, hallway or large lobby space, the soft, rounded design forms an elegant silhouette that can integrate into spaces both classic and contemporary.
Upholstered in smooth Wendelbo Buttero Leather, the shapely seat shell has been placed upon a slender metal frame, forming an elegant contrast and distinctive design that invites you to be seated and relaxed.
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Corso Easy Chair

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The Corso easy chair started as a play with lines in the sketchbook of designer, Peter Andersson: “The two-dimensional lines in the sketchbook, which intuitively just felt so obvious, have been translated into a cohesive loop of steel tubing” Peter Andersson explains.

The simplicity of Corso´s design is also reflected through its resource-efficient construction. The frame gives the easy chair a soft, resilient effect both through its shape and construction, whilst the design also utilizes a minimal amount of upholstery, without compromising on comfort. Natural and durable materials are used to prolong the product lifecycle and is easily taken apart for replacement or recycling.

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Darling Lounge

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It all started with the typical Scandinavian chair – slim, light, comfortable. Few materials. Modest. But the result is something more. Darling  from Minus Tio is embracing and charming. A friendly character who puts a smile on your face.

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Kata Lounge

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Designed by Altherr Désile Park in 2021 for Arper, Kata is a lounge armchair with solid black locust frame with teak stained finish.‎ Shell with steel frame and 3D Knit fabric with striped pattern made with recycled polyester fibre yarns and available in 3 colours.‎ Suitable for outdoor use.‎

 

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Kontrapunkt Lounge

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The design of the Kontrapunkt armchair from Prostoria and chaise longue transformer explores the possibility of creating an alternative to the standard bulky recliner armchair typology. The goal was to integrate the armchair and chaise lounge into one compact visually light object. The very name Kontrapunkt (counterpoint) means “two opposite points”, and comes from music, where it denotes a method of composing two parallel melodic lines into one harmonious whole.

This was achieved by using the armrests as part of an innovative mechanism that holds the leg pad extension and tilts the backrest into the proper position. The design is minimal and lays the product’s structural parts bare, without compromising its aesthetic. Comfort is achieved through an ergonomic shape and material elasticity, particularly through different versions of the product’s skin, upholstered in fabric or leather. The change of skins transforms its character, making it suitable for various situations of interior use. The ultimate experience of comfort can be additionally moderated through layers of feather and with the regulation of the height of the head cushion.

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Little Big Lounge

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With its sculptural and organic shape the Little Big Chair from Norr 11 is a welcoming lounge chair featuring an innovative hidden swivel base. Designed by Kristian Sofus Hansen and Tommy Hyldahl, they had comfort as the starting point in the design the soft lines and embracing expression brings character and life into any interior setting.

The chair comes with the barnum bouclé fabric, linen or velvet and can be customised as well to the customer’s fabric preferences.

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Pacha Lounge

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Playful yet undeniably comfortable, the Gubi Pacha Lounge Chair mixes 70s modernist chic with a curvaceous shape to serve the natural form of the body.

Originally designed in 1975 by the legendary Frenchman Pierre Paulin, the Gubi Pacha lounge chair broke boundaries with its rounded and bold form, ushering in a new age of design in a post-war, post-austerity era. Paulin consistently practised comfort as a starting point for his designs, with the Pacha chair being no different; curvaceous, organic shapes mix to support the natural shape of the body. The Pacha lounge chair represents Paulin’s philosophy of low-level living; a modern way of living and sitting on the floor.
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Roly Poly

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Designed by Faye Toogood, the Roly Poly Collection, consisting of an armchair and a sofa, embodies the concepts of furniture and sculpture, thus representing the philosophy of Driade in a perfect way.

The characteristic of these monobloc furnishing accessories is the bowl shape of the seat, rounded and welcoming, with cylindrical legs and delicately linear shapes that give it a reassuring and massive look. Made of rotationally molded polyethylene, the low seat has been enriched with soft padded cushions that nestle in its curved shape for an engaging sitting experience. Armchair and sofa are available in a variety of colors to complement any type of interior or exterior decoration.

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Ruff Lounge

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An object that inhabits the space it is placed in. Ruff, Getlucky‘s “sister” armchair (Moroso), is designed by Patricia Urquiola for the contract and hospitality sectors, and indeed any living space, as it offers the ideal forum for a conversation.

The wide armrests lie on the sides of the seat section and wrap around it firmly, even though they have just one single joint. The result is the harmonious combination between curved and straight lines – a simple geometry which creates and architectural interaction with the surrounding space. The Ruff armchair has a functional shape, while its personality does not give up being an object that inhabits the space it is placed in.

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Speal Seating Collection

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A family of products that share an aesthetic and functional DNA. Every material is found to fit the best for each product, both for structures and surfaces. Designed by Nichetto studio the Sepal collection for Wendelbo that includes a lounge chair, sofa and dining chairs.

SKU: N/A

Swoon Lounge

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Space Copenhagen designed the Swoon Lounge Chair to fill the gap between a conventional lounge chair and a typical armchair. With its continuous curves, lush look and sculptured shape, Swoon echoes Space Copenhagen’s desire for you to enjoy life at a slow pace.

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Tuile Lounge

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Designed by Patrick Norguet for Kristalia, the Tuile collection gets its name from a traditional French biscuit, as it is narrow with an arched shape like the backrest of these upholstered items.

The Tuile collection includes an armchair, a 2-seater sofa and a 3-seater sofa with a light painted metal frame and a curved comfortable seat with polyurethane foam padding.

With its tailored workmanship and a multitude of colours available, Tuile is ideal in the living room and in all rooms in the home dedicated to relaxation. The exterior covering is made of Sunbrella® fabric: stain-resistant, breathable, UV-resistant and water-repellent.

SKU: N/A

1085 Edition Lounge

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Craft skills, the passage of time and the beauty of a project without equal. The 1085 Edition chair by Bartoli Design for Kristalia is inspired by the almost centenary experience of Presot®, the only tannery in Italy that still works the skin with traditional methods.

It is no coincidence that he is linked to some of the most important names in Italian high fashion. However, it also draws on nautical know-how, as it adopts the tie-rod mechanism to maintain the tension that would naturally be lost over the years and with the softening of the skin. It also reflects the passing of time, preserving the work of those who made it and those who use it day after day.

This beautiful object has the charm of a unique piece of furniture. The 1085 edition is available in the chair or living room version, in natural or black leather.

Adell Lounge

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Curved lounge Chair designed by Lievore + Altherr Désile Park, 2020 available in a recycled textured plastic finish only, fully upholstered, in plastic with upholstered seat cushion, or in plastic with a removable cushion or full cover, for indoor and outdoor use.

Aperi

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Aperi from Lammhults arrives to the modern office where sitting has evolved to the welcoming touchstones of softness and support. The dynamic office relies more and more on the comforts of home, while the home is often an office. Lifestyle is now work style, and Aperi addresses both in balance. The compact monolithic form of Aperi brings a sense of calm to the work environment.

Aperi is available as a single seat chair, as well as two and three seat versions, upholstered in fabric with stitched seams in diverging color as an option.

Aston Club – High Back

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Designed by Jean-Marie Massaud, 2020

Space to think, space to dream. Aston Club evolves the Aston design to offer sumptuous comfort contained within a striking and elegant gesture. An evocative silhouette that still plays well with others, this statement piece speaks quietly, but confidently. Its strong and classical lines convey an enduring allure – a timeless form designed for superlative comfort.

Brioni Up Indoor

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Brioni from Kristalia is a collection of seats inspired by the archipelago in the Adriatic Sea of the same name. Designed by the duo LucidiPevere for outdoor use, and later redesigned in an indoor version, the collection is now enriched with new versions.

A lounge, daybed and pouf accompany the 2 seater and 3 ­seater chairs and Brioni­Up, an advanced version of the armchair and sofa with a high seat and backs, ideal for use in the contract sector. Metal feet, ten centimetres long, are available on request to raise the height of the chair.

Click Modular Seating

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Click is a brilliant idea from Estudio Sancal. Toni J. Castaño had a light bulb moment when he was adjusting the headrests of his car. Starting from a simple mechanism, similar to the one used in the automotive sector, the studio shaped a very versatile sectional seating system.

Click’s lightness and small footprint are the keys to its success as well as its great versatility. This seating range is perfect for lobbies and break-out areas, as well as for tourist apartments or second homes. In addition to sofas and customised compositions – to which playful armrests and functional tables can be added – the Click can be configured into armchairs and small modules for charming bars and cafes.

An attractive and practical design with soft, curved back and arm cushions. No one could imagine that this is Sancal‘s first “flat-pack” sofa. This remarkable feature reduces the environmental impact from transport due to the packaging reduced sizes. Its easy assembling system, as its name suggests is as simple as clicking the elements together.

Collar Lounge

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(0)

The Wendelbo Collar Lounge Chair – Leather, designed by 365 Degrees North, is a sharp and sophisticated body-hugging chair.

Prioritising timeless style and inviting relaxation, the curvaceous lounge chair creates a cosy cocoon of supportive comfort. Perfect for a living room, hallway or large lobby space, the soft, rounded design forms an elegant silhouette that can integrate into spaces both classic and contemporary.
Upholstered in smooth Wendelbo Buttero Leather, the shapely seat shell has been placed upon a slender metal frame, forming an elegant contrast and distinctive design that invites you to be seated and relaxed.

Corso Easy Chair

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The Corso easy chair started as a play with lines in the sketchbook of designer, Peter Andersson: “The two-dimensional lines in the sketchbook, which intuitively just felt so obvious, have been translated into a cohesive loop of steel tubing” Peter Andersson explains.

The simplicity of Corso´s design is also reflected through its resource-efficient construction. The frame gives the easy chair a soft, resilient effect both through its shape and construction, whilst the design also utilizes a minimal amount of upholstery, without compromising on comfort. Natural and durable materials are used to prolong the product lifecycle and is easily taken apart for replacement or recycling.

Darling Lounge

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(0)

It all started with the typical Scandinavian chair – slim, light, comfortable. Few materials. Modest. But the result is something more. Darling  from Minus Tio is embracing and charming. A friendly character who puts a smile on your face.

Kata Lounge

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Designed by Altherr Désile Park in 2021 for Arper, Kata is a lounge armchair with solid black locust frame with teak stained finish.‎ Shell with steel frame and 3D Knit fabric with striped pattern made with recycled polyester fibre yarns and available in 3 colours.‎ Suitable for outdoor use.‎

 

Kontrapunkt Lounge

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The design of the Kontrapunkt armchair from Prostoria and chaise longue transformer explores the possibility of creating an alternative to the standard bulky recliner armchair typology. The goal was to integrate the armchair and chaise lounge into one compact visually light object. The very name Kontrapunkt (counterpoint) means “two opposite points”, and comes from music, where it denotes a method of composing two parallel melodic lines into one harmonious whole.

This was achieved by using the armrests as part of an innovative mechanism that holds the leg pad extension and tilts the backrest into the proper position. The design is minimal and lays the product’s structural parts bare, without compromising its aesthetic. Comfort is achieved through an ergonomic shape and material elasticity, particularly through different versions of the product’s skin, upholstered in fabric or leather. The change of skins transforms its character, making it suitable for various situations of interior use. The ultimate experience of comfort can be additionally moderated through layers of feather and with the regulation of the height of the head cushion.

Little Big Lounge

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With its sculptural and organic shape the Little Big Chair from Norr 11 is a welcoming lounge chair featuring an innovative hidden swivel base. Designed by Kristian Sofus Hansen and Tommy Hyldahl, they had comfort as the starting point in the design the soft lines and embracing expression brings character and life into any interior setting.

The chair comes with the barnum bouclé fabric, linen or velvet and can be customised as well to the customer’s fabric preferences.

Pacha Lounge

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Playful yet undeniably comfortable, the Gubi Pacha Lounge Chair mixes 70s modernist chic with a curvaceous shape to serve the natural form of the body.

Originally designed in 1975 by the legendary Frenchman Pierre Paulin, the Gubi Pacha lounge chair broke boundaries with its rounded and bold form, ushering in a new age of design in a post-war, post-austerity era. Paulin consistently practised comfort as a starting point for his designs, with the Pacha chair being no different; curvaceous, organic shapes mix to support the natural shape of the body. The Pacha lounge chair represents Paulin’s philosophy of low-level living; a modern way of living and sitting on the floor.

Roly Poly

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Designed by Faye Toogood, the Roly Poly Collection, consisting of an armchair and a sofa, embodies the concepts of furniture and sculpture, thus representing the philosophy of Driade in a perfect way.

The characteristic of these monobloc furnishing accessories is the bowl shape of the seat, rounded and welcoming, with cylindrical legs and delicately linear shapes that give it a reassuring and massive look. Made of rotationally molded polyethylene, the low seat has been enriched with soft padded cushions that nestle in its curved shape for an engaging sitting experience. Armchair and sofa are available in a variety of colors to complement any type of interior or exterior decoration.

Ruff Lounge

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An object that inhabits the space it is placed in. Ruff, Getlucky‘s “sister” armchair (Moroso), is designed by Patricia Urquiola for the contract and hospitality sectors, and indeed any living space, as it offers the ideal forum for a conversation.

The wide armrests lie on the sides of the seat section and wrap around it firmly, even though they have just one single joint. The result is the harmonious combination between curved and straight lines – a simple geometry which creates and architectural interaction with the surrounding space. The Ruff armchair has a functional shape, while its personality does not give up being an object that inhabits the space it is placed in.

Speal Seating Collection

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A family of products that share an aesthetic and functional DNA. Every material is found to fit the best for each product, both for structures and surfaces. Designed by Nichetto studio the Sepal collection for Wendelbo that includes a lounge chair, sofa and dining chairs.

Swoon Lounge

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Space Copenhagen designed the Swoon Lounge Chair to fill the gap between a conventional lounge chair and a typical armchair. With its continuous curves, lush look and sculptured shape, Swoon echoes Space Copenhagen’s desire for you to enjoy life at a slow pace.

Tuile Lounge

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Designed by Patrick Norguet for Kristalia, the Tuile collection gets its name from a traditional French biscuit, as it is narrow with an arched shape like the backrest of these upholstered items.

The Tuile collection includes an armchair, a 2-seater sofa and a 3-seater sofa with a light painted metal frame and a curved comfortable seat with polyurethane foam padding.

With its tailored workmanship and a multitude of colours available, Tuile is ideal in the living room and in all rooms in the home dedicated to relaxation. The exterior covering is made of Sunbrella® fabric: stain-resistant, breathable, UV-resistant and water-repellent.

1085 Edition Lounge

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Craft skills, the passage of time and the beauty of a project without equal. The 1085 Edition chair by Bartoli Design for Kristalia is inspired by the almost centenary experience of Presot®, the only tannery in Italy that still works the skin with traditional methods.

It is no coincidence that he is linked to some of the most important names in Italian high fashion. However, it also draws on nautical know-how, as it adopts the tie-rod mechanism to maintain the tension that would naturally be lost over the years and with the softening of the skin. It also reflects the passing of time, preserving the work of those who made it and those who use it day after day.

This beautiful object has the charm of a unique piece of furniture. The 1085 edition is available in the chair or living room version, in natural or black leather.

Adell Lounge

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Curved lounge Chair designed by Lievore + Altherr Désile Park, 2020 available in a recycled textured plastic finish only, fully upholstered, in plastic with upholstered seat cushion, or in plastic with a removable cushion or full cover, for indoor and outdoor use.

Aperi

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Aperi from Lammhults arrives to the modern office where sitting has evolved to the welcoming touchstones of softness and support. The dynamic office relies more and more on the comforts of home, while the home is often an office. Lifestyle is now work style, and Aperi addresses both in balance. The compact monolithic form of Aperi brings a sense of calm to the work environment.

Aperi is available as a single seat chair, as well as two and three seat versions, upholstered in fabric with stitched seams in diverging color as an option.

Aston Club – High Back

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Designed by Jean-Marie Massaud, 2020

Space to think, space to dream. Aston Club evolves the Aston design to offer sumptuous comfort contained within a striking and elegant gesture. An evocative silhouette that still plays well with others, this statement piece speaks quietly, but confidently. Its strong and classical lines convey an enduring allure – a timeless form designed for superlative comfort.

Brioni Up Indoor

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Brioni from Kristalia is a collection of seats inspired by the archipelago in the Adriatic Sea of the same name. Designed by the duo LucidiPevere for outdoor use, and later redesigned in an indoor version, the collection is now enriched with new versions.

A lounge, daybed and pouf accompany the 2 seater and 3 ­seater chairs and Brioni­Up, an advanced version of the armchair and sofa with a high seat and backs, ideal for use in the contract sector. Metal feet, ten centimetres long, are available on request to raise the height of the chair.

Click Modular Seating

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Click is a brilliant idea from Estudio Sancal. Toni J. Castaño had a light bulb moment when he was adjusting the headrests of his car. Starting from a simple mechanism, similar to the one used in the automotive sector, the studio shaped a very versatile sectional seating system.

Click’s lightness and small footprint are the keys to its success as well as its great versatility. This seating range is perfect for lobbies and break-out areas, as well as for tourist apartments or second homes. In addition to sofas and customised compositions – to which playful armrests and functional tables can be added – the Click can be configured into armchairs and small modules for charming bars and cafes.

An attractive and practical design with soft, curved back and arm cushions. No one could imagine that this is Sancal‘s first “flat-pack” sofa. This remarkable feature reduces the environmental impact from transport due to the packaging reduced sizes. Its easy assembling system, as its name suggests is as simple as clicking the elements together.

Collar Lounge

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The Wendelbo Collar Lounge Chair – Leather, designed by 365 Degrees North, is a sharp and sophisticated body-hugging chair.

Prioritising timeless style and inviting relaxation, the curvaceous lounge chair creates a cosy cocoon of supportive comfort. Perfect for a living room, hallway or large lobby space, the soft, rounded design forms an elegant silhouette that can integrate into spaces both classic and contemporary.
Upholstered in smooth Wendelbo Buttero Leather, the shapely seat shell has been placed upon a slender metal frame, forming an elegant contrast and distinctive design that invites you to be seated and relaxed.

Corso Easy Chair

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The Corso easy chair started as a play with lines in the sketchbook of designer, Peter Andersson: “The two-dimensional lines in the sketchbook, which intuitively just felt so obvious, have been translated into a cohesive loop of steel tubing” Peter Andersson explains.

The simplicity of Corso´s design is also reflected through its resource-efficient construction. The frame gives the easy chair a soft, resilient effect both through its shape and construction, whilst the design also utilizes a minimal amount of upholstery, without compromising on comfort. Natural and durable materials are used to prolong the product lifecycle and is easily taken apart for replacement or recycling.

Darling Lounge

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It all started with the typical Scandinavian chair – slim, light, comfortable. Few materials. Modest. But the result is something more. Darling  from Minus Tio is embracing and charming. A friendly character who puts a smile on your face.

Kata Lounge

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Designed by Altherr Désile Park in 2021 for Arper, Kata is a lounge armchair with solid black locust frame with teak stained finish.‎ Shell with steel frame and 3D Knit fabric with striped pattern made with recycled polyester fibre yarns and available in 3 colours.‎ Suitable for outdoor use.‎

 

Kontrapunkt Lounge

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The design of the Kontrapunkt armchair from Prostoria and chaise longue transformer explores the possibility of creating an alternative to the standard bulky recliner armchair typology. The goal was to integrate the armchair and chaise lounge into one compact visually light object. The very name Kontrapunkt (counterpoint) means “two opposite points”, and comes from music, where it denotes a method of composing two parallel melodic lines into one harmonious whole.

This was achieved by using the armrests as part of an innovative mechanism that holds the leg pad extension and tilts the backrest into the proper position. The design is minimal and lays the product’s structural parts bare, without compromising its aesthetic. Comfort is achieved through an ergonomic shape and material elasticity, particularly through different versions of the product’s skin, upholstered in fabric or leather. The change of skins transforms its character, making it suitable for various situations of interior use. The ultimate experience of comfort can be additionally moderated through layers of feather and with the regulation of the height of the head cushion.

Little Big Lounge

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With its sculptural and organic shape the Little Big Chair from Norr 11 is a welcoming lounge chair featuring an innovative hidden swivel base. Designed by Kristian Sofus Hansen and Tommy Hyldahl, they had comfort as the starting point in the design the soft lines and embracing expression brings character and life into any interior setting.

The chair comes with the barnum bouclé fabric, linen or velvet and can be customised as well to the customer’s fabric preferences.

Pacha Lounge

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Playful yet undeniably comfortable, the Gubi Pacha Lounge Chair mixes 70s modernist chic with a curvaceous shape to serve the natural form of the body.

Originally designed in 1975 by the legendary Frenchman Pierre Paulin, the Gubi Pacha lounge chair broke boundaries with its rounded and bold form, ushering in a new age of design in a post-war, post-austerity era. Paulin consistently practised comfort as a starting point for his designs, with the Pacha chair being no different; curvaceous, organic shapes mix to support the natural shape of the body. The Pacha lounge chair represents Paulin’s philosophy of low-level living; a modern way of living and sitting on the floor.

Roly Poly

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Designed by Faye Toogood, the Roly Poly Collection, consisting of an armchair and a sofa, embodies the concepts of furniture and sculpture, thus representing the philosophy of Driade in a perfect way.

The characteristic of these monobloc furnishing accessories is the bowl shape of the seat, rounded and welcoming, with cylindrical legs and delicately linear shapes that give it a reassuring and massive look. Made of rotationally molded polyethylene, the low seat has been enriched with soft padded cushions that nestle in its curved shape for an engaging sitting experience. Armchair and sofa are available in a variety of colors to complement any type of interior or exterior decoration.

Ruff Lounge

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An object that inhabits the space it is placed in. Ruff, Getlucky‘s “sister” armchair (Moroso), is designed by Patricia Urquiola for the contract and hospitality sectors, and indeed any living space, as it offers the ideal forum for a conversation.

The wide armrests lie on the sides of the seat section and wrap around it firmly, even though they have just one single joint. The result is the harmonious combination between curved and straight lines – a simple geometry which creates and architectural interaction with the surrounding space. The Ruff armchair has a functional shape, while its personality does not give up being an object that inhabits the space it is placed in.

Speal Seating Collection

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A family of products that share an aesthetic and functional DNA. Every material is found to fit the best for each product, both for structures and surfaces. Designed by Nichetto studio the Sepal collection for Wendelbo that includes a lounge chair, sofa and dining chairs.

Swoon Lounge

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Space Copenhagen designed the Swoon Lounge Chair to fill the gap between a conventional lounge chair and a typical armchair. With its continuous curves, lush look and sculptured shape, Swoon echoes Space Copenhagen’s desire for you to enjoy life at a slow pace.

Tuile Lounge

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Designed by Patrick Norguet for Kristalia, the Tuile collection gets its name from a traditional French biscuit, as it is narrow with an arched shape like the backrest of these upholstered items.

The Tuile collection includes an armchair, a 2-seater sofa and a 3-seater sofa with a light painted metal frame and a curved comfortable seat with polyurethane foam padding.

With its tailored workmanship and a multitude of colours available, Tuile is ideal in the living room and in all rooms in the home dedicated to relaxation. The exterior covering is made of Sunbrella® fabric: stain-resistant, breathable, UV-resistant and water-repellent.

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