Key facts

Product:
Fly Chair SC1
Family:
Fly Lounge Series
Manufacturer:
&TRADITION >
Designer:
Peter Bundgaard Rützou >, Signe Bindslev Henriksen >, Space Copenhagen >
Order number:
SC1
Architonic ID:
1212960
Country:
Denmark
Launched:
2013
Manufacturer groups :
Seating-Armchairs >
Lounge area/Waiting room-Lounge chairs >
Groups:
Seating-Armchairs >
Lounge area/Waiting room-Lounge chairs >

Product description

H: 70 cm / 27.6 in, D: 80 cm / 31.5 in, L: 87 cm / 34.3 in, Seating height: 40 cm / 15.7 in

Colors:
Smoked oiled oak with Chivasso Hot Madison (CH1249/093) upholstery
White oiled oak with Chivasso Hot Madison (CH1249/094) upholstery

Stock items:
White oiled oak / Chivasso Hot Madison (CH1249/094)
Smoked oiled oak / Chivasso Hot Madison (CH1249/093)

Materials: Solid oak, oak veneer, plywood, cold cured foam, natural down, CMHR foam and feather pillows, fabric upholstery. All foam, fibers and textiles used (excluding upholstery fabric or leather) comply with the fire standards relevant for contract sales & contract use in the UK.

Product family

Concept

The FLY Series by SPACE Copenhagen is a lounge collection made up of two sofas and an armchair. Pushing the idea of lounging to its fullest, FLY is a series that allows the user to sit, lie, rest, and relax. Unlike many of the sofas and easy chairs in Scandinavian design history, FLY does not impose any particular posture onto te sitter. The seat itself is optimised for comfort, with loose cushions for the back that can be arranged according to the user’s own needs. But FLY adheres to tradition in other respects; the frame of the sofa and armchair, with a slatted back rest, is made from oak, treated with white pigmented oil or smoked oil. It is the type of material and treatment that ages with true grace, only becoming more beautiful with time.
& SPACE Copenhagen gathers much of their inspiration from travels abroad, often in the form of ambience and mood. An example could be as simple as a particular wall in the streets of SoHo, New York, the distressed look of which makes its way into SPACE Copenhagen’s imagination.

Fly Sofa SC12
With the Fly 3-Seater, Space Copenhagen amplifies your experience of lounging and socialising with ease. Three enormous seat cushions invite you and anyone else you would like to be with to relax in absolute comfort, with all kinds of options as to the solid oak colours and types of upholstery. Rearrange the back cushions anyway you like. Add a dog or cat, or curl up with a book or a coffee. And you have all the creature comforts that make a house feel like a home – in a sofa.

Fly Chair SC10
Endearing in size and shape, the Fly Chair SC10 is the newest addition to the Fly Lounge series designed by Space Copenhagen founders Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou.
The Fly Lounge Series was created with the ultimate comfort in mind. The lovely loose cushions that comprise the back can be arranged and rearranged to suit your personal preferences. The design alludes to a Nordic aesthetic, such as the slatted back, the handcrafted solid oak frame and the organic shaped elements.
“We like the idea that comfort comes first,” says &tradition Brand Manager Martin Kornbek Hansen. “With the Fly Chair Small, it’s a modern design that encompasses classic woodworking techniques drawing on the beauty of natural materials destined to age gracefully over time. The epitome of tradition fused with innovation.”

Fly Tabe SC11
Boasting an oiled oak base made from solid oak and oak veneer, the marble top is the perfect punctuation to a lovely low side table that doesn’t impose its presence on your surroundings. The rounded corners add panache and personality to this little gem with an enduring appeal. “Most people don’t pay attention to side tables,” admits &tradition Brand Manager Martin Kornbek Hansen. “But we were instantly attracted to the Fly Table’s sculptural shape. The natural oak wood and the choice of marble for the top. It’s contemporary yet timeless and elegant yet understated. A cohesive concept that’s merges classic materials with modernity.”