Lola chair is created by Montreal-based Timothé Duchastel Paré with the aim to provide utmost relaxation in urban outdoors. Its simple and minimalist design takes into account several aspects including position, transportation, and social aspect.
The Lola chair has a white oak frame while the fabric is used for seating and backrest. It is an armless chair with unique, short legs that let it sit closer to the ground. The low height distinguishes it from other chairs, and also makes it a comfortable choice.
The chair allows the user to have an optimal position in order to achieve a favorable state of relaxation. You can adjust the backrest according to your specific need with a simple mechanism. There are three options to adjust the height of the backrest.
Furthermore, the chair also takes care of the social aspect with the height of the seat. It can be termed as a low lounge chair that doesn’t block the view of persons sitting behind.
Its lightweight, flat-pack design further makes it easily transportable and is ideal for elderly people who can’t carry too much weight, but would want a comfortable seat to relax in the outdoors.
Lola Chair’s frame is made from 10 wooden sticks and comes with two fabric pieces, for the seat and backrest, which can be strapped on in a jiffy using Velcro.
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