383 x 290 x 422 mm
Seat height: 240 mm
Material: Itaya Maple
Finishing: Clear Coating
Finishing: Transparent Colour + Clear Coating
Chair that Animates
HOMERUN obtains its character from cartoonish features that are translated into an elegant form. The legs mimic a baseball bat. They increase in size towards the bottom to give the chair a sturdy appearance but at the same time a playful expression. The generous size of the seat and backrest makes HOMERUN a very comfortable chair to sit on. This is a chair with lots of character, animating and colouring any kinds of private and commercial spaces.
HOMERUN | KIDS CHAIR
Fun for Children
HOMERUN obtains its character from cartoonish features that are translated into a delicate and elegant form. The legs mimic a baseball bat. They increase in size towards the bottom to give the chair a sturdy appearance but at the same time a playful expression. The child-sized version of the playful HOMERUN chair is replicated right down to the detailing. It looks especially cute next to the adult-sized HOMERUN, as a combination of both create a "family" of chairs. HOMERUN KIDS CHAIR is suitable for children aged 3 to 5(around 100cm tall).
HOMERUN | HOOK
Functional Wall Decoration
HOMERUN HOOK takes up the cartoonish features and soft appearance of the other products in the HOMERUN series. The roundish handle made of oakwood easily screws into the wall to hold coats and etc. Available in two different sizes and two different colours, a combination of these hooks transforms a monotonous wall into a lively composition.
HOMERUN | PAPERWEIGHT
Landmark on your Desk
This paperweight takes the form of a scaled-up inkpad stamp and matches the character of the HOMERUN chair series. The paperweight comes in four colours so you can easily mark the different paper piles on your desk
The Right Stuff: Sylvain Willenz
His raft of enviable collaborations with the likes of Cappellini and Established & Sons, and, more recently, Retegui, Menu and Objekten, are testimony to the fact that Brussels-based designer Sylvain Willenz creates Things That People Actually