Fritz Hansen V1a 57 Lounge Chair Wooden Base
  • Fritz Hansen V1a 57 Lounge Chair Wooden Base
  • Fritz Hansen Via 57 Lounge Chair Wooden Base
  • Fritz Hansen Via 57 Lounge Chair Wooden Base
  • Fritz Hansen Via 57 Lounge Chair Wooden Base
  • Fritz Hansen Via 57 Lounge Chair Wooden Base
  • Fritz Hansen Via 57 Lounge Chair

Fritz Hansen Via57 Lounge Chair Wooden Base

Designer: Kibisi
€1,708.00
Availability if not in stock accessories 2 weeks furniture 6 weeks
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The VIA57 easy chair by Bjarke Ingels in collaboration with the design group KiBiSi, was designed for the VIA 57 WEST building in New York City. Immerse in its comfortability, soft upholstery and its endless ways of styling - be it in a grand hall or an apartment living room.

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Specifications

The chair is composed of a steel frame embedded in molded soft polyeurothane foam. Two different densities create the soft yet firm comfort.

The base consists of 3 legs made of solid oak.

Size Description

Height: 78cm
Width: 98cm
Depth: 91cm
Seat height: 30.7cm

 

 

  • Kibisi

    KiBiSi is a collaborative where a designer, an architect, and a design philosopher combine forces. Yvonne Xu spoke to the latter about the power of three. <p>However you look at it, KiBiSi seems set to be a design powerhouse. Its founders, industrial designer Lars Larsen (formerly of Kilo Design), architect Bjarke Ingels (of BIG) and design philosopher Jens Martin Skibsted (of Biomega and Skibsted Ideation) are each key players in their respective creative fields.</p> <p>Theirs is a compelling methodology too; by drawing from each of the founders’ expertise, KiBiSi explores the symbiotic hybrid of design, architecture and ideation.</p>
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