Happy Chair from Swedese, is a beautifully crafted Easy chair with a pleasantly sprung seat.
January 19th, 2012
From a man who describes his furniture design as “A game with lines and curves” Roger Persson one of Swedese’s best-selling designers has delivered a comfortable and practical chair that would be a feature in any commercial, retail or reception space.
This smiling range called Happy brings a smile both in it’s unique aesthetic form and beautifully executed function. With a range of finishes and applications the Easy chair with high or low back and foot stool, is also available as a swivel chair. New to the Happy range is a low back or high back sofa.
Swedese’s sophisticated design style using quality materials makes for a reliable and timeless product. A classic Easy chair.
Frame: Steel tubing.
Filling: Moulded high resilience foam. Pascal pocket springs in seat.
Base: 5-star steel swivel base lacquered silver grey, steel disc swivel base in chrome finish or lacquered silver grey, or a stainless-steel sled base.
Option: Rocking mechanism on the swivel chair.
Easy chair high back
Easy chair low back
37 – 47 Enterprise Avenue
Berwick VIC 3806 Australia
p: 1800 67 44 33
f: +61 3 9707 4432
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