The oval seat shell with its lively curvaceous contours is the source of inspiring excur-sions – at home, in hotel lounges or in office entrees.
The chair back, too, presents itself in richly detailed aesthetic style: accentuating curved seams represent a counterpoint to the precisely worked center parting seam.
With upward projecting back element and perfectly rounded upholstery for relaxed lounging and maximum comfort.
The slim pillar made of white or matt chrome lacquered metal and the amorphous-organic white base impart an aura of vivacious vitality.
International Design from Upper Franconia
Atrium Magazin für Wohnkultur, Design und Architektur
Kati Meyer-Brühl is a name that stands for internationally acknowledged design. Since she started designing upholstered furniture for Brühl in Bad Steben as the company's Creative Director, Kati Meyer-Brühl's work has earned her a growing number