Minimalist design armchair D35-1i
leatherfabricwicker

minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
minimalist design armchair
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Characteristics

Style
minimalist design
Seat material
fabric, leather, wicker
Options
with footrest, with headrest, reclining
Color
gray, black, yellow, customizable color
Base type
cantilever
Armrest
with armrests
Frame finish
polished
Motif
plain
Seat height

36 cm (14.2 in)

Total height

Min.: 82 cm (32.3 in)

Max.: 97 cm (38.2 in)

Total width

64 cm (25.2 in)

Total depth

Min.: 88 cm (34.6 in)

Max.: 116 cm (45.7 in)

Description

The newspaper and a glass of wine: the D351i is an elegant lounge chair that allows you to relax and unwind from everyday life. It can be infinitely adjusted with the greatest of ease – simply by shifting your weight. This beautiful minimal chair is one of Tecta’s oldest designs. It is based on an idea by Anton Lorenz. Hungarian-born Lorenz was inspired early on by the potential of Mart Stam’s cantilever chair concept and experimented with it, albeit in a rigid form. Over the years, Tecta has continually reworked and refined the D35-1i, developing it into today’s kinetic mobile chair. Thanks to our configurator, you can coordinate the frame and seat of the D351i perfectly in a variety of materials and new colour combinations.

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