Saddle

Product Information

日本語 左右に雑誌や新聞を入れることが出来るレザーシートが一体となったリビングチェア。ソリッドなフレーム に柔らかなシーティングをかぶせるイメージからデザインされています。 現代の3人の若手によるノルウェーデザインの新しい椅子は1938年創業の老舗slaake(スローケ)社に よって作られてます。
Materials: シート:ウール/レザー 脚:オーク/アッシュ
Measurements: H 70 cm x W 60 cm x D 60 cm, SH 38 cm
Weight: 6,8 kg
Design: Angell, Wyller & Aarseth – 2014
Manufacturer: Slåke (ノルウェー)
¥276,800 +taxから (ウール) ¥396,900 +tax (レザー)

Angell Wyller & Aarseth designed Saddle as a modest and friendly chair with a solid structure and a «soft nest» for the sitter. This feeling is emphasised by the newspaper pockets that hang over the arm-rests like saddlebags. By differentiating the wooden frame from the upholstery, the notion of a rigid construction contrasts with and thus underscores the chair’s comfort and softness.

Materials: Oak or ash (frame), leather or wool (seat)
Measurements: H 70 cm x W 60 cm x D 60 cm, SH 38 cm
Weight: 6,8 kg
Design: Angell, Wyller & Aarseth – 2014

Designer Profile: Angell Wyller & Aarseth and Slåke

The Norwegian design collective Angell Wyller & Aarseth (AWAA) was founded in 2010 by Christoffer Angell, Øyvind Wyller and Simen Aarseth. While pursuing Master of Design degrees at Oslo National Academy of the Arts, the three realised they had complementary ideas about design and decided to form a loose collective.

Slåke was founded in 1938 and has been manufacturing classic furniture for more than 75 years. The company’s vision is to create new classics in the Nordic design tradition, with an emphasis on caring for materials and never compromising on craftsmanship. Scandinavian design, Norwegian production and the use of solid wood are hallmarks of Slåke’s products. Working with Norwegian design trio Angell, Wyller and Aarseth, Slåke created the new Saddle chair (first shown at 100% Norway in 2014), while also continuing with the traditional production of the Jærstol – a comfortable and classic chair dating back to 1898.

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