In creating his new, fully upholstered lounge chair, Nick Ross envisioned a form ideal for exclusive hotel, club or lounge environments – as well as private living spaces that indulge the senses and our need for comfortable retreats. Ross’ inspiration for the design came from Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Willow Chair, created for the Willow Tearooms in Glasgow in 1904. Like many of Mackintosh’s furniture designs, the Willow Chair – while undoubtedly beautiful – is more about visual impact than comfort, its unusual dimensions making it more of a sculptural installation than a piece of usable furniture. Seeing untapped potential, Ross opted to evolve the essence of the Willow Chair to create a more fully resolved product.
- HR foam construction
- Webbing & belts
- No-sag springs
- Foam flex
Production Process /
The club chair is constructed with a structural frame made of plywood. Seat consists of layered foam (5 layers) in different hardness with webbing/belts and no-sag springs underneath. Back and armrests consists of a double foam layer, with front part being reinforced with foam flex. The base is made from painted MDF.
- W27.6 D22.8 H30.7 | SEAT H18.5 in
- W70 D58 H78 | SEAT H47 cm
- Please allow 4 - 6 weeks for delivery for in-stock items
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