In Accordance: Hospitality Trend

In Accordance: Hospitality Trend

Tubular frames and woven cord come together to create relaxed, mid-century-inpsired lounge chairs – perfect for the living room or terrace. Here we highlight five of our favorite interpretations of this classic seating solution.

Les Copains chair low by Brühl_2

Introduced earlier this year, the Les Copains chairs by Kati Meyer-Brühl for Brühl feature a tubular frame with gently curved armrests and a seat and back woven from untreated hemp or high-tech, black or white string. Choose from a wide selection of frame finishes including brass, chrome, black chrome, copper, blank metal or painted black or white to create a chair that fits perfectly with your decor.

Aria by Accademia

Launched last year, Accademia’s outdoor Aria dining chair is characterized by its elegant, criss-crossing seat and back design made from nine colors of woven synthetic fibre. Available with and without armrests, the stackable Aria is also available as a stool.

Fifty lounge chair by Dogg & Arnved for Ligne Roset


Inspired by Hans Wegner’s 1950 classic ‘Flag Halyard Chair’, the Fifty chair by Dögg & Arnved for Ligne Roset features a comfortable straight backrest and two enveloping 'ears’ on each side of the headrest that reinforce the feeling of comfort and intimacy. Made using 350 metres of woven cord in black or tobacco colors, the chair is set on a black steel structure.

Net chair by Kettal


Light and elegant, woven cords and a classic tubular aluminum frame come together to create the Net collection by Spanish outdoor furniture brand Kettal.


Tropicalia by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso Furniture

Part of Patricia Urquiola’s successful Tropicalia line for Moroso, this armchair is made from a geometric tubular steel structure which has been decoratively upholstered using cleverly woven thick cord.


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