Design Jasper Morrison & Wataru Kumano, 2014.
Lounge chair with minimalist and timeless design. Structure in massif wood, seat and back in natural leather or canvas.
W:58,5 x D:59,5 x H:70cm. Seat height 38cm.
Massif oak or ash with oil treatment.
Natural leather (color Cognac or Nude) or canvas.
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