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The Minimalist Cross Chair Tube by PearsonLloyd for Takt

04.30.20 | By
The Minimalist Cross Chair Tube by PearsonLloyd for Takt
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Cross Chair Tube is a minimalist chair designed by London-based studio PearsonLloyd for Takt, that shares a visual language and assembly method to its predecessor. While the original Cross Chair features a solid oak frame, the Cross Chair Tube incorporates a recycled tubular steel frame.

The steel is powder-coated black to serve as a contrast against the plywood backrest and seat as well as create a slender profile without sacrificing stability. Additionally, the metal frame allows multiple chairs to be stacked for convenient storage.

The chairs will be available in three ply finishes: natural, oak, smoked oak, and black. It is also possible to customize the seats with a variety of Kvadrat wool fabrics and aniline leathers.

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