|||||||||||The Thonet lounge chair 808|Formstelle’s chair is designed to “embrace the user”|The chair is available in leather, fabric and formed fleece|The upper back rest is “reminiscent of a protective collar”|Formstelle collaborated with textile manufacturer Rohi to develop a wool yarn|The shell is made from thermoplastic produced using a rotational-moulding process|The special edition of Ulrich Bohme’s 1971 rocking chair|Only 125 copies of each chair will be released|The two versions feature It also features fabric or leather armrest covers respectively|The naturally tanned brown leather||
16 Jan 2015

Thonet debuts Formstelle lounge chair 808

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