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Oscar ArmchairWALTER KNOLL: Design PearsonLloyd
This splendid stand-alone item is a pleasure to behold from whatever angle. Sculpture with that feel-good factor. Flowing lines add up to body-responsive styling. Organic design for relaxed sitting. Special care went into the upholstery, a subtly blend of modern materials being used for seat and back. With or without headrest, this piece has flexible-tilt capability.
Moulded foam bucket seat with belt suspension. Marked seat cushion, cold cure foam with wadding cover. Back with visco-elastic foam inlay. Swivel base available in satin-chromed or chrome-plated with brushed matte finish. Base also available in 4-star swivel base, matte polished die-cast aluminium. 4-star swivel base: Synthetic glides for stone and carpet floors, felt glides for wooden floors. The headrest of model 220-10 can be steplessly adjusted in the height by 7cm and tilted forwards.
For further information please Contact Estilo Commercial.
PDF: Oscar Product Specification Sheet
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Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd founded their award-winning design studio in 1997 after meeting at the Royal College of Art in London. Having studied product and furniture design, the studio was formed with the ambition to deliver objects of beauty, economy and intelligence.
The work of PearsonLloyd is characterised by a strong and recognisable aesthetic fused with insight and observation, which deliver unassumingly simple and elegant solutions. Working internationally, the studio has established itself across a wide range of client types and sectors, including aviation, workplace and urban design. The partners’ quest for exposure to new cultures, technologies and problems has led them to design a very broad range of products gaining both commercial and critical acclaim. Keen educationalists, both partners lecture regularly and teach. In 2007 Tom and Luke’s work was recognised when they became Royal Designers for Industry, the highest honour for design in the UK.
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