Tubular steel and minimal upholstery?! Ahhh, Le Corbusier.
In fact, no. Though the spirit of LC1 is certainly imbued throughout the Sunny chair, a new lounge from Note Design + Gunilla Allard for Inspec.
The other luminary reflected herein (in addition to Ms. Allard, who's iconic in her own right) is the dynamic duo of Charles and Ray Eames. In fact, Note + Allard suggest as much, saying that they used the scale and style of the Eames House as inspiration: "The task was to make it a little lower, a little softer, a little more relaxed, a little cooler, a little dreamier and a cross-border between public and private."
Sounds like the right formulation for a live/work piece that conveys casual while performing at a corporate level. In this sense, The Sunny chair offers it all: a light and minimalist aesthetic, wise use of materials, easy comfort, and of course a Sunny vibe.
It's also a versatile line. Sunny comes with or without armrests. U-shaped connectors enable ganging configurations, either straight in a line or set at an inviting angle.
Sunny's finish is powder-coated or chromium-plated. Optional casters are available for the freestanding version. The seat shell is made of black canvas or natural linen and the cushion is filled with 75% residual polyether pieces and 25% RDS-certified down feathers.
See Inspec to find out more.