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oh ... for a comfy chair
arrive home after a wretched day and all we want is a moment of peace
in a comfortable chair and a sweet drink (cranberry + vodka)
we went out and found a few that fit the bill ...
The Imola chair
Designed by Henrik Pedersen

To be a BoConcept Design Icon means being a quintessential piece of furniture. It’s the
perfect example of a decades-long commitment to design, quality and functionality.
A global bestseller tested by you.

Take a closer look. From the elegant form to the graceful sweeps of its curves, Imola is
inspired by the lines of a tennis ball and combined with high-quality construction and
materials for sublime comfort.

available at:  
boconcept.com
A beautiful and modest 50’s-inspired modern lounge chair and sofa pair that brings
nature home. Built with organic, plant-based organic GOLS Certified (Global Organic
Latex Standard) latex from the cured sap of a rubber trees, and wrapped in organic
wool and cotton canvas, this furniture is completely free of chemical flame retardants,
VOCs and any synthetic polymers.
Ventura Lounge Chair
Designed by Jean-Marie Massaud

Enveloping, fluid and sensual shapes for an upholstered comfort and refinement.  The
lightness is highlighted by a small walnut wooden structure (natural or lacquered).  This
collection is the quintessence of the style and know-how of the Massaud/Poliform for a
well-off but contemporary comfort.  An optional matching ottoman is available. Ventura
Lounge chair is offered in a variety of colored fabrics. Manufactured by Poliform in Italy.

available at:
internum.com
Atoll Lounge Chair by Tacchini
Designed by Patrick Norguet

Like a cozy archipelago, made up of islands similar in shape, Atoll chaise lounge is made
up of four separate elements that together create a snug and relaxing whole, with an
original asymmetry that adds an element of surprise. An armrest on one side, an open
hollow on the other, suggesting the possibility of various different positions in which to
rest or perhaps to read, but always in line with the body’s natural ergonomics. The
chosen combinations of materials are a distinctive and harmonious feature: the seat,
covered in fabric or leather, is set on a metal frame, which in turn is supported on
four wooden feet.

available at:
urbanspaceinteriors.com