lounge chair in oak

design by Werner Aisslinger

Nordic-inspired lounge chair

The Wing lounge chair uses curved, subtle lines to create a delicate, wooden petal with a sleek profile and a slightly minimal appearance, perched on four metal feet. The structure emphasises the veining in the wood, whose texture and quality come into their own here. The wooden seat section/backrest is supported by a strong spine of solid wood.
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    Colors used, for obvious technical reasons, are indicative and may differ from the original


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    There is a Scandinavian feel to the Wing lounge chair, whose sinuous forms and sleek profile evoke the structure of a petal, combining lightness with curves.



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