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Tiller Chairs

TILLER chairs by Ross Didier.



BY jesse

June 15th, 2010


The Tiller chair, with its solid, angled blades, takes its name from the pre-industrial tilling plough.

Its outer faces of carefully engineered framework are angled into the centre as if it were a three-sided pyramid to achieve maximum fabricated strength and rigidity.

The chairs boast an individual character and mix a modern, crafted aesthetic with long-term appeal and comfort.

Constructed from a combination of solid Oak and precision-moulded veneers, the range is a stand-out for its tailored upholstery that assembles together using specialised hidden joiners not apparent on the surface.

The Tiller incorporate a mixture of environmental credentials including premium grade Dunlop Enduro foams and plantation-grown timbers with an option of clear polish or stain on the timber frames.

Fabric and leathers can also be specified.

Ross Didier
rossdidier.com


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