Tonon Up Chair Wooden Arms 917
Up-chair, the bestseller created in 2012 has now a new version. The shell in the technical soft touch material is enriched with wood armrests in solid American walnut or oak. An innovative material and the craftsmanship in the wood manufacturing have created an authentic masterpiece.
Up-Chair is an extremely emotional product. The comfort is also achieved through the use of an innovative manufacturing process of the shell.
The material is called FREEFORM ADVANCED, an integral solid-coloured foam, whose molecular structure is very stable and partly self supporting, that means more flexibility and more comfort as well as lightness to the chair.
Legs are made of solid oak wood in several colour or black walnut; equipped with felt glides
- Size Description
Height 82 cm 32.3"
Width 63 cm 24.8"
Depth 57 cm 22.4"
Seat Height 47 cm 18.5"
Weight 10 kg 22.05 lbs
Martin Ballendat is an internationally successful designer for 25 years. Born in Bochum in 1958 he studied Design at the Folkwangschule in Essen. After 3 years as an employee for the company Sedus at the border to Switzerland he took over the design- and development department of the Austrian company Wiesner Hager and shaped their design for more than 10 years. In 1995 he founded his own studio in Upper Austria and later a second one in Germany. Meanwhile Design Ballendat is a company with 18 employees and is working for well- known brands in more than 10 countries ( Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Netherlands, Thailand, USA, Egypt, Poland, France and the UK). He achieved more than 100 design prizes and other awards, among them 17xRed Dot, 2xBest of the Best, IF-Award Hannover, Best of Neocon Chicago Gold and Silver, Good Design Award Athenaeum, Best of the Best Interieur-Innovations-Award, Focus LGA Stuttgart in Gold and Silver, Design Plus Award, Materialica Award, IIDEX Gold Award Canada, National Award Saarland, Josef Binder Award in Gold, National Award Austria ; prizes in Belgium, Netherlands, Japan, China, Hungary and many more. Martin Ballendat is also working as lecturer and visiting professor at the Universities of applied sciences in the field of design in Graz and Salzburg.