The cloak which covers and designs the chair
Talma is named after a type of cloak and describes the chair’s construction with a softly padded textile wrapped around a lightweight metal framework, mirroring the way a cloak would wrap the body.
Talma utilises a CNC shaped steel framework to describe the shape of the chair with integrated upholstery straps for support. The framework is wrapped with a custom-made textile in collaboration with Innofa with integrated padding. The cover is secured with a series of zips and two fastenings at the front of the chair.
This combination of metal frame and padded textile allows the chair to use a minimal amount of polyurethane foam (a conventional armchair would be covered almost entirely with it) - therefore reducing the carbon footprint of the product.
Materials: CNC formed steel frame, Innofa textile, Moulded Polyurethane foam
Product group: Seating Armchairs divan base with armrests with seat and backrest upholstered
Designer: Benjamin Hubert
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