The Askew chair has a frame made up of two beechwood squares. Each square looks as if it has a parallelogram carved out of it, giving the whole chair a tilted appearance.
In contrast to the sculptural frames, which StyleNations describes as “sinewy” are two simple, geometric cushions making up the seat and backrest.
The large and comfortable-looking cushions intend to give the chair an inviting appearance.
“With its contemporary design, strong nature and delicate workmanship, Askew gives a timeless answer to the classical understanding of comfort,” said StyleNations.
Askew is available as either a dining or lounge chair, or as a two-seater sofa.
It is made of solid beech, and its cushions can be upholstered in fabric, leather or vinyl in an array of colours.
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