Eva Solo Abalone Chair
  • Eva Solo Abalone Chair
  • Eva Solo Abalone Chair
  • Eva Solo Abalone Chair
  • Eva Solo Abalone Chair
  • Eva Solo Abalone Chair
  • Eva Solo Abalone Chair
  • Eva Solo Abalone Chair

Eva Solo Abalone Chair

Designer: Tools
Availability if not in stock 2 to 3 weeks.
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  • Oiled Oak W. Brown Leather
  • Smoked Oak W Black Leather
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Chairs are often placed so they are viewed from behind. The designers behind Tools® embraced this idea to achieve the Abalone lounge chair. Many lounge chairs have the same shape on the outside as on the inner surface where one sits, but Abalone has a hard surface on the outside in the form of 3D moulded oak veneer, and a soft inner side of moulded foam under leather upholstery.

The 3D moulded veneer gives the dining chair a beautiful curved, well-conceived back. And the soft inner surface makes the dining chair comfortable to sit on for long periods of time. In other words, Abalone has an organic shape on the outside and a soft inner surface like the Asian clam of the same name. The dining chair is designed with minimised dimensions to provide ample space around the table.

  • FSC-certified moulded oak veneer
  • Comfortable leather seat
  • Takes up little space around the dining table

Materials: FSC-certified smoked oak or oak, Leather, Skum og fibre Color:

Size Description

Seat height: 45 cm
Height: 82 cm
Width: 49 cm
Depth: 43 cm

  • Tools

    Tools Design was founded in 1989 by Claus Jensen and Henrik Holbæk. Today the studio is placed in the old industrial area in north west of Copenhagen – today the creativ area. With more than 60 awards and distinctions Tools Design rank amongst Denmarks most awarded designers. They have represented danish design on several international exhibitions. The products of Tools Design are often characterized by a simplistic and innovative approach. The portefolio ranges from electronics and medical equipment to household products. The design philosophy of Tools design is to put “something extra” into the products. The strength of the studio is to manage product design and communication to create lifestyle design.
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