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Stripe Chair by Oliver Schick for Skandiform

German designer Oliver Schick has created a refined lounge chair for Swedish brand Skandiform that features a surprising rocking mechanism.

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The way in which Stripe’s plywood shell is attached to the steel base frame allows the chair to smoothly rock without any mechanical suspension.

The white or black lacquered metal frame loops around the shell, allowing the user to rock the seat gently back and forth while the base remains firmly on the floor. The plywood shell is available in natural or stained ash or oak veneer, and the padded seat cushion can be upholstered in a choice of leathers and fabrics.

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Read more about Stripe on Designer Pages, or for more information visit www.skandiform.se

About the manufacturer: Skandiform is one of Scandinavia’s leading suppliers of furniture for offices and inspirational public spaces. Launched in 1962, the firm celebrated its 50th anniversary last year in 2012. Skandiform has worked with some of the foremost designers and architects in Scandinavia to create a collection of furniture with what they call a “Scandinavian sense” - a way of balancing common sense with a passion for what they do.

Posted February 26th, 2013 by Ali Morris


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