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Turtle Lounge

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Upholstered with Outer Shell in White

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Designers Pearsonlloyd

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Turtle Lounge

WALTER KNOLL: Design PearsonLloyd

Product Information

Lounge.
Available in a variety of sizes and variations. The low-level lounge chair with a generous bucket is a real eye-catcher. Both on its own or as an addition to upholstered furniture or in clubbing and lounging areas.Moulded foam plastic shell. Outer shell in white, black or completely upholstered. Cold cure foam with wadding cover. Available with: 4-star swivel base, matte polished die-cast-aluminium or powder-coated black or white, Swivel base, satin chrome or chrome-plated with brushed matte finish, 4-leg base, tubular steel, highly polished or satin chromed.Glides are available for 4-leg base: For stone or carpet floors with transparent plastic glides, black plastic glides on request. Felt glides for wooden floors.
4-star swivel base: Synthetic glides for stone and carpet floors, felt glides for wooden floors.For further information please Contact Estilo Commercial.

Downloads

PDF: Turtle Lounge Product Specification Sheet

Related Products:

Turtle Chair, Turtle 1850

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Designer: PearsonLloyd

Designers Pearsonlloyd

Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd set up design studio PearsonLloyd in 1997. Since then, the London based practice has worked across the aviation, workplace, urban design and healthcare sectors with a goal to identify and respond to the shifting patterns of behaviour in contemporary life.

The studio takes a collaborative approach to its work, embracing the restrictions imposed by production, the market, and all the other factors that define a brief. Its work is grounded in research, and at the core is an attempt to understand the relationship between a product, its place, and the way people use it.

In 2008, Tom and Luke were awarded the distinction of Royal Designers for Industry by The Royal Society of Arts, and in August 2012 were named one of the top 50 designers ‘Shaping the Future’ by Fast-Co Magazine in New York.

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