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Fyn

Fyn
Stylepark-ID:05.5891.00005
Categories: Home furnitureSeating furniturechairs
Product description

The teamwork with Gordon Guillaumier, the creator of the chair Comino, continues with Fyn. This chair stands out for the incredible lightness of its thin square-section tubular steel frame held together in strategic points by a flat section supporting the

leather dress/seat available in a vast range of colors, and becoming a supporting element in itself. By choosing a style that is classic rather than avant-garde, Guillaumier developed the design with a view to handling the material as naturally as possib

le, merging it into its shape, creating effects by playing with the properties of leather, and adding tiny stylistic details such as the extremely reduced thickness of the material used. The particular outline, giving the impression that the upholstery is

made of two very thin layers of leather laid crosswise to each other (one for the backrest, one for the seat), is actually an effect that was studied specifically to emphasize the lightness of the product. The upholstery, instead, is a single piece laid

onto the frame, leaving openings between the armrests and the seat and between the backrest and the seat, fitting perfectly, as if “tightly drawn” from all sides, thus accentuating the remarkably graceful shape of the seat. Two models are available - cha

ir and armchair - each one featuring different proportions for armrests and seat: higher armrests for the chair, wider seat for the armchair, the result being a product that draws casually on the simplicity of the recent past, changing it into the “presen

t”. An ecru-color flax cushion completes the design, marking the first step to be made by Frag’s research division towards matching leather with fabric.

Specifications
Width560 mm
Height750 mm
Depth570 mm
Seat finishwith upholstery
Height of seat420 mm
Base finishwith star shaped base
Backrest finishwith back padding
Armrest finishwith armrests
Materialleather
textiles
Colorswhite
 

Manufacturer:
Frag, Italy

Design:
Gordon Guillaumier