With this armchair, Anita Schmidt is making a statement. This design is the definite proof that, for designers, age equals experience and definitely not laziness. This piece of furniture made of tubular steel presents a visual language that is inspired on a number of classics but, within the limitations of human ergonomics and technical possibilities, is still a completely new design. The design of this armchair is the result of a search for a far reaching reduction of surplus elements while retaining the individual line in the frame. The form, moreover, allows for the highest sitting comfort. The frame is only present where needed for pieces of leather and fabric in strips and sections to be tensioned around it, resulting in a comfortable armchair. Although it gives the impression of being very simple, this design requires a high finishing level. The choice of materials also guarantees maximum durability. A special type of linen, for example, is stitched in the covers to prevent them from stretching too much in use. The frame can be coated in a colour of choice, which gives the armchair a unique look.
Product group: Seating Lounge area / Waiting room Armchairs Lounge chairs open base open base without armrests without armrests with seat and backrest upholstered with seat and backrest upholstered with seat in leather with seat in leather with base in steel with base in steel with cantilever base with cantilever base
Designer: Anita Schmidt
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