Kokon Club

Simple, inviting and full of natural comfort.

DESIGN

Thomas Pedersen

Kokon Club
Kokon Club
Kokon Club
$ 2.499

FAME

Fame is a soft, strong & stretchable fabric.The fabric has a firm, simple and classic texture, which is soft to the touch.It is a unique woolen upholstery fabric with a wear-ability of 200,000 Martindale, and it is environmentally friendly. The fabric is silky smooth thanks to its exclusive fine woolen worsted – a finer wool than is generally seen on the contract market, but assured of outstanding durability via new yarn structures and spinning methods. Fame possesses unique upholstering properties, due to its exceptional stretch, making perfect upholstering easier.

Material: 95% Wools of New Zealand / 5% Polyamide

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Chair base

Metal cross: Die-cast aluminum, polished on top and brushed on the sides.

Cylinder: chrome-plated tubular steel.Floor Protection:

Plastic for anti-slide.

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Kokon Club
Kokon Club
Kokon Club
Kokon Club

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Varier® Kokon Club

 

Kokon Club is a simple yet inviting lounge chair that spoils your body with active comfort. 

The hidden tiling mechanism ensures natural movement and the armrests give support when needed.

360° degree rotation makes the chair even more flexible. Kokon Club is a compact lounge chair that blends in with most environments; the Scandinavian design and refined cross-stitching make it a unique piece of furniture both in private rooms and public spaces.

 

Measurements:

W73 x D67 x H83 cm, SH 43 cm

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