Revival vs. Innovation
by Fabian Peters | 4/25/2019
The grand review: These are the trends and highlights of this year's Milan furniture fair.
The slim collection of seats designed by British duo PearsonLloyd acquires a new family: slim chair. Essential and ergonomically designed, the new creation interprets most effectively the theme of the quintessential contemporary seat and is the company’s first polypropylene seat, produced with a view to rounding off the Alias product line while continuing to give undivided attention to design.
Slim chair is a family born of the search for a universal and flexible seat that can blend with ease into different environments, from the office to the contract sector, and even private dwellings. The shell is made with a mould that ensures high structural strength combined with thickness values reduced to the very minimum, and requires a minimal percentage of glass fibre reinforcement, making for optimal surface quality.
The versatility of slim chair is borne out by the wide range of finishes available to meet any need and any preference. The shell, made of single colour polypropylene, can be combined with different types of base, including four legs or a sled made of steel, and four legs in oak wood.
Yet again, the search for innovative materials and the functional testing program carried out by Alias define the stylistic language of the brand: the design of slim chair has a light quality and a strong personality to accompany the user’s day-to-day living.
The proportions, the details and the elegant design of the surfaces call to mind the bigger-sized sisters in the slim collection.
|Seat finish||with upholstery|
|Base finish||with rockers|
|Backrest finish||with backrest|
without back padding
|Armrest finish||without armrests|
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