Eyes 4 Leg Chair

By Foersom & Hiort-Lorenzen , 2021

Eyes is an endearing design that can enliven any interior. The soft organic shape is like a welcoming gesture, inviting you to sit down and stay awhile. Eyes is a versatile series of chairs that you can truly personalise. Choose from a variety of different bases and an extensive array of fabrics, leather and colours for matching any interior. Allowing you to create the perfect chair in the eyes of the beholder.

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Eyes 4 Leg Chair
Eyes 4 Leg Chair - Model 4810
 
W: 51 cm
D: 59 cm
H: 83 cm
Cbm: 0 cbm
Sh: 46 cm

About The Collection

Eyes is an endearing design that can enliven any interior. The soft organic shape is like a welcoming gesture, inviting you to sit down and stay awhile. Eyes is a versatile series of chairs that you can truly personalise. Choose from a variety of different bases and an extensive array of fabrics, leather and colours for matching any interior. Allowing you to create the perfect chair in the eyes of the beholder.

The seat is a fully-upholstered shell of moulded, cold-cured foam guaranteeing a high level of comfort for hours. Pair the chair with wooden legs, a cantilever, swivel or tube base, and you have an attractive, comfortable chair for corporate meetings, dining at a restaurant, as side chairs in a lobby or living room.

The Eyes Barstool exemplifies a functionally- driven design where the form is all about comfort, with a touch of charisma. Seen in a softly curved shell that’s engineered for leaning back with ease for hours on end. The slim, steel legs add a graphic element that gives the chair a light, airy feeling. Together with the shell the effect is understated and elegant.

Foersom & Hiort-Lorenzen

Designer

Johannes Foersom began his career as a cabinetmaker and Peter Hiort-Lorenzen started out as carpenter building ship interiors before joining forces as a design duo. For nearly 50 years, they have created organic, function, durable designs with the aim of adding long-lasting value for people and their surroundings. Expressed in a design idiom that blends their knowledge of materials, market trends and eye for innovation.