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RETROit Canvas
WM String Lounge Chair
RETROit Medley
RAR with Upholstery
Elephant Rocking
MK99200 Folding Chair
Fiber Lounge Chair
About A Lounge Chair Low AAL 82
Trifolium Butterfly Chair
Rattan Chair E 10
Cover Lounge Chair
KK47000 Safari Chair
RETROit Dunes
KS Chair
369 Classic Edition
About A Lounge Chair High AAL 92
Elephant Chair
Can Lounge Chair 2.0
Diamond Chair
Outline Studio Chair
H 57 Armchair
Oslo Chair
Outline Chair
Mammoth Wing Chair
F51 Gropius Armchair
Wassily Chair
375 Classic Edition
Votteler Chair
S 35 L
Slow Chair
Little Petra Amchair
Wassily Chair Bauhaus Edition
Special Edition
S 411
Knitting Chair
Sedan Lounger
CH25 Lounge Chair
Swan Chair
Grand Repos
LC3 Armchair
LC2 Armchair
LC2 Armchair Gunmetal
Special Edition
Womb chair
Egg Chair
Lounge Chair
Grand Relax
Lounge Chair - White Version
Barcelona Chair Relax
Lounge Chair & Ottoman - Natural Edition
Barcelona Chair
Lounge Chair & Ottoman
Lounge Chair & Ottoman - Beauty Versions
Lounge Chair & Ottoman - White Version
Egg Chair Special Edition 2020
Special Edition

Comfortable armchairs for your home

Vitra Eames Lounge Chair with Ottoman

As a fully upholstered seating object the armchair has only existed since the Middle Ages, and was once reserved for the nobility and the upper middle classes. Since the end of the 19th century however it has become ever more universal, its democratisation taking a decisive step in context of the economic upswing of the 1950s when the armchair then found its way into many private households. Upholstered armchairs are inarguably the most satisfying seating for relaxing after work or in which to read, watch TV or listen to music in your freetime. Amongst the classic armchair genres one finds the Wing chair and the English club chair; traditional forms taken up by contemporary objects such as the Vitra Grand Repos or the Fritz Hansen Fri chair. Designer armchairs such as the Slow Chair by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Vitra provide innovative new interpretations of the traditional furniture genre: in place of elaborate upholstery, the designers have developed a cover made of particularly resilient, form-knitted textile and have given the furniture a completely new shape. Regardlss of its form the armchair has always been a particularly luxurious piece of furniture, one that often has a very specific manufacturing process and an equally unique durability, something evidenced by design classics such as the Vitra Lounge Chair or the famous Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen.

CH25 Lounge Chair from Carl Hansen & Søn

Barcelona Chair Relax from Knoll International

Fritz Hansen Egg Chair from Arne Jacobsen

Pot from Fritz Hansen

Oslo Chair from Muuto

Thonet S 411