Ilse Crawford Designs A Chair For Cathay Pacific’s Passenger Lounges

Ilse Crawford Designs A Chair For Cathay Pacific’s Passenger Lounges

British designer Ilse Crawford of Studioilse together with London-based furniture company Viaduct have collaborated with e15 to develop a new signature chair for Cathay Pacific's passenger lounges.

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With a USB plug, lamp, power outlet and coat hook, StudioIlse’s Shiraz chair for e15 caters to the needs of the modern traveller

Each chair is custom-made with partitions providing privacy and comfort; complete with a USB plug, a country-specific outlet, reading lamp and coat hook, catering to the needs of the modern traveller.


The new SHIRAZ solo chair is based on e15's existing SHIRAZ modular sofa range, inspired by a mixture of Persian seating islands and more classical found in western salons and hotel lobbies.


The SHIRAZ sofa range was designed to offer flexible seating options, with various backrests and different seating elements. The module is assembled using the SHIRAZ base and ELAM seat with the option of a backrest, complete with a large down cushion.


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About the manufacturer: Named after the postal code of its first workshop in London, e15 was founded in 1995 by architect Philipp Mainzer together with designer and art director Farah Ebrahimi. e15 stands for consistent, progressive design coupled with high-grade materials and innovative, handcrafted production methods. Working closely with different designers, architects and artists, e15 develops original products and supports artistic statements, which reflect the brand's philosophy and its open approach to diverse cultures and disciplines.


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