Afteroom Dining Chair — Plus
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A beautifully minimal chair for everyday life, the Afteroom Chair takes inspiration from the philosophy of the Bauhaus school. A Menu bestseller since its launch in 2012, the chair is the work of Afteroom, a young Stockholm studio founded by rising-star designers Hung-Ming Chen and Chen-Yen Wei. The pair take the chair to another level with the introduction of Afteroom Chair Plus.
Like the original, there is a reduction to essentials and stripping back of unnecessary components. The latest addition features a luxurious upholstered seat and backrest, and wider backrest. The result is a blissfully simple chair that embraces minimalism and clean lines with maximum comfort.
Designer Afteroom, Stockholm (2017)
Origin Made in Europe
Height 80 cm / 31,5"
Width 45,5 cm / 17,9"
Depth 51 cm / 20,1"
Seat Height 46 cm / 18,1"
Black/Black Powder coated steel legs, Seat and Backrest of Wood, Painted Black
Black/Walnut Powder coated steel legs, walnut veneer seat back, Sørensen Leather Shade Pitch Black #20296 seat
Brown Velvet Powder coated steel legs, Nevotex's "Ritz" #8469 Fabric Seat and Back
Dusty Rose Powder coated steel legs, Nevotex's "Ritz" #4512 Fabric Seat & Back
Velvet Earth Powder coated steel legs, City Velvet CA7832/031 Seat & Back
Cognac Powder coated steel legs, Dakar 0250 Seat & Back
Grey Velvet Powder coated steel legs, City Velvet CA7832/078 Seat & Back
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