The Naoko armchair

This unique piece of furniture was designed by Naoko Kanehira exclusively for Habitat. It has an unconventional design meant to increase the comfort level. Actually, when you think about it, the Naoko armchair is just a set of cushions with legs attached. That’s what makes it so casual and comfortable. Of course, this is a modern adaptation of the classic armchair design and it would look best in a modern or contemporary home.

Naoko armchair

The dimensions of this unique piece are W100 x H90 x D87cm, seat height: 30cm. The seat cushions is made of 65% viscose, 18% cotton, 15% linen, 2% silk cover, plus foam and polyester fiber wrap. The back and arm cushions have approximately the same structure. The armchair features a solid pine frame covered in polyurethane foam. The oversized cushions are both attractive and comfortable. The legs are made of lacquered beech.

Naoko armchair

Naoko armchair

As for the colors, the wooden frame has a natural finish while the oversized seat cushion comes in grey and the two other in a patterned blue. The combination is relaxing and so is the chair. Such a cozy piece of furniture will make you stand in line just to use it. It would make a nice addition in the living room. However, it has a very casual design that allows it to be used in a variety of places.Available for £500.00.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on October 10th, 2011


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