Magis Sam Son Chair
  • Magis Sam Son Chair
  • Magis Sam Son Chair
  • Magis Sam Son Chair
  • Magis Sam Son Chair
  • Magis Sam Son Chair
  • Magis Sam Son Chair
  • Magis Sam Son Chair
  • Magis Sam Son Chair
  • Magis Sam Son Chair

Magis Sam Son Chair

€380.00
Availability if not in stock 1 to 2 weeks.
Frame - Back: *
  • Curry - Curry
  • Grey anthracite - Grey anthracite
  • Red- Red
  • White - White
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SAM SON is an easy armchair with a hint of a cartoon character. Propped up on 4 stilted legs, the chair features a softly suspended seat shell between a giant, horseshoe-shaped sausage, the chair's characteristic arm- and backrest.

Made from two different rotational mouldings, the chair combines a rigid plastic for its base and a more elastic polymer for the upper part.

The exaggerated dimension of the arm- and backrest provides comfort and support, and creates a protective space for sitting in it.

SAM SON comes in 4 different colors. It is suitable for both in- and outdoors.

Specifications

Polyethylene.

Size Description

Lenght 111 cm
Depth 77 cm
Height 70 cm

  • Konstantin Grcic

    Konstantin Grcic was born in Munich, Germany in 1965. After training as a cabinet maker at Parnham College in England he studied design at the Royal College of Art in London from 1988-1990. <br /><br /> Konstantin Grcic creates industrial products widely described as pared down, simple, minimalist. <br /> What sets him apart from the minimalism in fashionalble currency today is that he defines function in human terms, combining maximum formal strictness with considerable mental acuity and humor.<br /><br /> Many of his products have received prestigious design awards. In October 2000 Konstantin Grcic is nominated "Guest of Honour" at the Interieur Biennial in Kortrijk/Belgium presenting an extensive show of his work. The MAYDAY-lamp produced by FLOS was selected into the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York and won the Compasso D'Oro in 2001.
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