BASIC Armchair by Lagranja Design

Category: Design Published on 08 Jan, 2013 Tags: , , ,
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For their first piece of furniture Barcelona studio Lagranja Design designed an armchair inspired by classic Danish design with an unmistakable Mediterranean touch. The BASIC Armchair, developed for the Chic & Basic Hotel lobby, one of their latest interior design projects, is a solid beech wood structure armchair with matte water varnish finishing. The seat and back are upholstered in fabric or leather, with possibility of using fabric indicated by the client. The fabrics for this armchair have been selected among the best collections of the most exclusive firms.

It is the purest expression of a need. “While furnishing the hotel lobby we were fighting with a very tight budget, and we couldn’t find any armchair that fit the budget and that we liked, so we decided to design and produce the best piece we could within our budget constraint” says designers. “We are very proud of the result, we hope you like it too!”

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images © Meritxell Arjalaguer + Fotodisenny

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