- Designer : Harry Bertoia
- Year of Design : 1952
- Material : Polished chrome frame with Kvadrat fabric
- H: 103cm; W: 116cm; D: 107cm; Seat Height : 21cm
- Delivery : Made to order; 8 - 10 weeks
Designed by Harry Bertoia in 1952 the Asymmetric Chaise, considered to be a masterpiece of mid-century American furniture, is sculptural, airy, and breathtaking in shape and form. Made from polished chrome welded steel rods it is scratch, chip and chemical resistant and comes with black plastic floor glides.
The Asymmetric Chaise is available in a broad spectrum of colours from various Kvadrat fabrics which are all suitable for both contract and domestic use.
Fabric Description :
Divina - 100% new wool with a soft, felt-like texture. Beautiful, comfortable to sit on and extremely durable.
Hallingdal - 70% new wool & 30% viscose, with great durability. The range consists of either a one-colour or two-colour mix creating a wide selection.
Tonus - 90% new wool & 10% Helanca, with great durability and stretchability. The tight weave provides a subtle texture, giving the fabric softness and a very rich colour palette.
Divina Melange - 100% new wool with a subtle two tone appearance. Soft, tactile and very practical.
West: 38% Cotton, 24% Acrylic, 18% Viscose, 12% Wool, 2% Nylon; Wear: 62 000 rubs
Knoll Hopsak: 100% Wool; Wear: 40 000 rubs
Knoll Velvet: 54% Cotton; 46 Mohair; Wear: 80 000 rubs
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