HAL Armchair Studio
Jasper Morrison, 2014
The HAL Armchair seat shell comes with integrated armrests, and its exceptional comfort is enhanced when paired with the height-adjustable swivel base of the Studio version and optional seat cushions. The HAL Armchair Studio is an ideal choice for a wide range of home office environments.
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- Seat shell: dyed-through polypropylene, with armrests. All versions of the HAL Armchair are available with seat cushions (attached to shell with screws).
- Seat shell: dyed-through polypropylene, with optional seat cushion (screwed to the seat shell).
- Base: five-star base in die-cast aluminium powder-coated in basic dark. Swivel mechanism with shock-absorbing seat suspension, height-adjustable.
Jasper Morrison has added a new option to the HAL chair family: the HAL Armchair. Based on the HAL seat shell, he developed an organic one-piece shell that takes on a distinctive look of its own with the curved armrests 'growing' out from the sides – while still bearing a clear family resemblance to the rest of the line. The shell construction responds to the physical forces operating on the seat and provides maximum stability and superb comfort with a minimum amount of material. This comfort is enhanced even further in the versions with a seat cushion. For the base, there is a choice of four-legged bases in tubular steel or wood as well as a five-star base on castors. Thanks to the openings under the armrests, HAL Armchairs with a tubular steel base can be stacked (but only in the version without a seat cushion).
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Jasper Morrison lives and works in London and Tokyo. His designs are expressions of the ‘super normal’ design philosophy: rather than seeking unusual or extravagant results, he often breathes new life into proven solutions by means of reinterpretation, further development and refinement. He has worked together with Vitra on a regular basis since 1989.
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