Living Edge introduces the 40/4 Lounge from Howe
May 4th, 2009
Widely regarded as one of the msot prominent and best selling chairs of the 20 th Century the ‘40/4’ chair can be found in some of the world’s most prestigious architecture, from The Louvre in Paris to Reichstag in Berlin and St Paul’s Cathedral in London.
With this new lounge edition of the historical ‘40/4’ stacking chair, designer David Rowland has created a chair true to the unique quality of the orginal.
The lounge’s extreme durability and unrivalled stacking capacity (up to 20 on a floor) have ensured the ‘40/4 Lounge’ has become a leading product amongst lounge furniture.
The ‘40/4 Lounge’ is ideal for entrance areas, lobbies and areas where a relaxed atmosphere is desired.
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