From Pedrali, Fox is an elegant collection of armchairs with a distinctive character and compact dimensions, ideal for the modern office.
October 5th, 2018
From the mind of designer Patrick Norguet, the Fox chair collection is a versatile and sophisticated range of armchairs with unique character and charm. Compact and instantly recognisable as an object of design-conscious furniture, its outline stands out for its harmonious mixture of materials and contrasting geometric lines.
Available in Australia through Business Interiors, the collection of slim armchairs is characterised by its shaped shell like structure, upholstered in either leather or fabric, embraced by a backrest in bent ash wood with rounded ends. The versatility and functionality of the upholstered Fox version enhanced by different colour combinations of wood and upholstery, combined with legs in solid ash or steel tube.
Designer Patrick Norguet approaches objects from a graphical perspective. As a child, he always preferred sketchbooks to textbooks, and a stint in industry and design studies solidified the unusual profile of this constructive design rebel.
Seeing design as an opportunity for collaborative encounters, Patrick has harnessed the creative intent and worked with the technical and economic practicalities of Pedrali in the creation of the Fox armchairs, resulting in a range that seduces discreetly, yet lastingly.
Always drawing inspiration from his surroundings, Patrick Norguet aims to create products whose relevance and modernity will withstand the test of time. Today, he is a leading player on the international stage.
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