HAY’s 13Eighty chair designed by Dutch designers Scholten & Baijings is aptly named after the number of tiny holes in the moulded polypropylene shell. These perforations create a characteristic aesthetic, where transparency and a play of light and shadows add to the chair’s expression, while the variations in the sizes of the holes bring a sense of movement to the visual appearance. They also have a functional use in draining rainwater off when the chairs are used outdoors. Available with or without armrests in a stackable design that features steel legs with a weather-resistant coating to make it suitable for outdoor use.
About A Chair (AAC11)
This version of About a Chair has a swivel base in powder-coated steel, which gives the chair a more formal expression, both because the wooden frame has been replaced with steel and because the delicate and elegant legs fan out from the centred base, almost standing on tiptoes and optically raising the chair off the floor. In this open version, the inviting seat offers an informal break in a private or professional context.
Available with seat pad in black Sierra Leather
GMG Chaise Longue
The GMG Chaise Longue was designed in 1951 by Greta M. Grossman and with playful elegance it is perfectly angled for lounging whilst preserving all the streamlined qualities of a mid-century design. Built in a shape designed for relaxation it mirrors the body’s natural curves while appearing to float above its distinctive slender legs – a genuine signature of Greta M. Grossman’s work. The GMG Chaise Longue shows a strong interest in merging functionality and comfort, while simultaneously remaining a delicate and powerful design language, revealing unique, light and iconic touches. Representing a literal link between European design and Californian modernism, Grossman designed the GMG Chaise Longue by successfully combining her Swedish fondness for colour and texture with the opportunities allowed by bright and open spaces of Southern California.
Scoop Chair High
Developed for a Design Research Studio project for the Royal Academy of Art Restaurant in London, the brief was for a chair that was generously proportioned, comfortable and fully upholstered. The result was a rounded soft shell inspired by motor racing ‘tub’ seats.
Re-designed in 2018 for maximum comfort and visual impact. Comprised of revised and reduced silhouettes. Engineered from new foam moulded curves, Scoop hugs the contours of the body. A comfortable, versatile chair with a sculptural silhouette available as a low or high backed version, ideal for use as a dining chair or side chair. Scoop sports either sleek black, glamorous brass-coated or copper-plated steel legs.
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