A chair’s design and make are largely influenced by the function it is meant to serve. In addition to providing flexibility and support to your body and arms, it creates and enhances the comfort zone of an individual. However, some chairs are just designed for sitting rather than comfort, but that is not the case with Percy: the latest chair by a British furniture company, NaughtOne.
Designed by Nicole Marion, a Winnipeg, Canada-based independent furniture designer; Percy displays the designer’s philosophy of creating functional and meaningful furniture for the spaces they occupy. The sturdy lounge chair is created to suit today’s ever-evolving modern spaces offering soft seating.
Made to fit all environments, the chair adorns a bold yet simple make. It has a fashion-forward design playing upon its bold graphic outline and plush cushioned upholstery to create a sustainable product. The chair tends to make a mark with its visually striking features exemplifying adaptable design.
Inspired by the functional design of mid-century waiting room chairs, displaying fluid lines, Percy stands in contrast to today’s thin tubular frame chairs at large. Bring home a pop of color and style with a choice of 16 hues and more than 100 upholstery options rendering a wide range of potential combinations and personal styles.
Stephen Floyd, Creative Director, NaughtOne, commented: “Percy is special for two reasons. Firstly, it’s a little unconventional but in a really charming way. Secondly, we’re used to seeing really thin tubular frame chairs, but this is a chunky tubular frame chair that fully takes advantage of our RAL palette.”
Percy is a practical and playful lounge chair boasting a simple fluid-like design that lets you unwind and relax on your own. The chair’s making centers around visually softening the metal to create a cohesive and curvaceous look. A prospective buyer has the option to enquire about its price at NaughtOne’s website.
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