Afteroom Dining Chair, Seat Upholstered

Afteroom Dining Chair, Seat Upholstered

Designer Afteroom Studio

Afteroom Dining Chair, Seat Upholstered

Afteroom Dining Chair, Seat Upholstered

Designer Afteroom Studio

With a silhouette that is both sleek and instantly recognisable, the Afteroom Dining Chair is offered with an upholstered backrest and a wood veneer seat, each delivering comfort when seated for longer periods. In wood veneer, the chair exudes a sense of authenticity and warmth, while upholstery allows for a comfortable, customisable design to suit any style and space. Seamlessly integrating into spaces with its sleek profile, offering a harmonious and coordinated design it is not just a functional piece but also a standout element in any interior space.


Color

Selected: Dark Stained Oak | Audo Bouclé 02

Regular price €485
Regular price Sale price €485
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SKU 8481000-010000ZZ

Materials

Powder coated steel, upholstery, foam,
plywood

Dimensions

H: 75 cm
SH: 46 cm
W: 45,5 cm
D: 51 cm
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ABOUT THE DESIGNER

Afteroom Studio

Founded and directed by Hung-Ming Chen and Chen-Yen Wei, the studio’s mission is simply to create beautiful products which will increase in value with the passage of time — design with which one can grow old. The Taiwanese-born designing duo began their Stockholm-based design studio with the notion of creating modern objects that would only grow more beautiful over time. " Beyond their own work, they see their studio as a launching point for designers around the world who share their philosophy. The inspiration derives from an intriguing interest in forms, senses, proportions, materials and cultures. The thoughtful duo looks to the past as a route to the future, intending their products to grow as treasures, to take their place for the next generation of designers. Time passes and, Hung-Ming Chen and Chen-Yen Wei, that's just the point. The philosophy pivots around simplicity and honesty. The true essence of respecting wear and tear around the central idea of the passage of time.