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Aperi easy chair

Product description

In a new collaboration, Lammhults introduces easy chair and sofa Aperi by the German designers Julia Läufer and Marcus Keichel. The seating group arrives to the modern of ce where sitting has evolved to the welcoming touchstones of softness and support. The dynamic of ce relies more and more on the comforts of home, while the home is often an of ce. Lifestyle is now workstyle, and Aperi addresses both in balance. With a softened, inviting look it will offer long-term seating comfort for any environment.

The compact monolithic form of Aperi brings a sense of calm to the work environment. Aperi is available as a single seat chair, as well as two and three seat versions. The visual character of the seating element uni es the design family. Aperi construction is simple and clear. Molded foam, nozag in the seat and saddle-stitched upholstery conceal a powder coated steel frame with adjustable feet. Visible stitches will show the rhythm of the different sizes and extensions of the one-seater, adding identity and warmth to the seating element. As an option, stitched seams in diverging colours can be used. Due to its appearance as a hybrid between contract and home, Aperi nds its place in the hotel lobby, hotel room or the recep- tion. Waiting areas, leisure conference spaces and resting areas will welcome Aperi. It will also suit perfectly well in a home. The one-seater easy chair as the basic element will be extended to a two-seater and a three-seater sofa, still keeping its strong identity. Aperi comes in the following sizes: width, easy chair: 76 cm; width, sofa: 150 and 226 cm. Seat height 44 cm.

Specifications
Width 760 mm
Height 780 mm
Depth 800 mm
Weight 3200 kg
Seat finish with upholstery
Height of seat 440 mm
Backrest finish with back padding
Armrest finish without armrests
Material polyurethane (PU)
textiles (unspecified)
Colors black
white
shades of red
shades of violet
shades of beige
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Manufacturer:
Lammhults, Sweden

Design:
Julia Läufer
2016

Design:
Marcus Keichel
2016