Sculptural appearance: Swoon chair by Fredericia

Swoon chair

Introducing the Swoon easy chair by Fredericia. Designed by Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou, the chair has a one-piece shell merging the armrest, back and seat to create what appears like a sculpture. Swoon was largely designed by hand. Swoon is a meeting between an injection-moulded shell upholstered in either leather or fabric and soft fabric cushions. The legs come in various oak finishes.

Swoon chair

Swoon chair


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