Striking by design, the Paloma chair embodies style and sophistication.
January 23rd, 2012
Softly sculptured lines define its form as they sweep upwards from the gently angled arms through to the statuesque back. A double zip detail at the rear further emphasizes its sculptural qualities.
This is a chair that announces itself in any setting, and then invites you to be enveloped in its comfort.
“I was looking to design a single chair with soft sculptured lines that echoed the 60’s modernist feel” (Ivan Woods, Designer).
The range is composed of two typologies. A fully enclosed, upholstered form on a 360 degree black painted steel swivel base, and a five star cast aluminium swivel base with a polished or powder coat finish. Each category is available in a high, medium and low back variant in premium leather with the option of contrast stitch detail or fabric.
Fully upholstered shell available in fabric or leather.
Five star base available in chrome or powdercoated finish.
Low – available in tub or five star base: 800 mm H x 880 mm W x 820 mm D
Medium – available in tub or five star base: 915 mm H x 880 mm W x 820 mm D
High – available in tub or five star base: 1020 mm H x 880 mm W x 820 mm D
(measured in overall height, width and depth)
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