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Washington Prism™ Lounge Chair

David Adjaye 2015

Designed as part of the Washington Collection for Knoll™, the Prism Lounge Chair and Ottoman use geometry and pattern to define form. The sculptural forms can be viewed from any angle, allowing them to be used as architectural elements to define space. The lounge is available with optional swivel functionality, adding lightness to the piece.

Details

Construction and Details
  • Available in range of KnollTextiles
  • Seat is comprised of individually upholstered panels of urethane molded foam
  • Base is constructed of 3/4" Baltic Birch plywood panels covered in plastic color core laminate which maintains color throughout so vibrancy is maintained from edge to edge
  • Panels are assembled together using poplar wood corner blocks
  • Return-to-center swivel base available on lounge chair 

Downloads for Washington Prism™ Lounge Chair

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General Info

Finishes

Base is constructed of 3/4" Baltic Birch plywood panels covered in plastic color core laminate which maintains color throughout so vibrancy is maintained from edge to edge.

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  • color Black
  • color White
  • color Red

Dimensions

The Washington Collection for Knoll, David Adjaye's first collection of furniture, transforms his architectural and sculptural vision into accessible objects for the home and office. The collection consists of two cantilevered side chairs, a club chair, an ottoman, a side table and a monumental coffee table.

David Adjaye said, "It has been hugely exciting to work with Knoll’s team. The design concept has been enriched by the intensely collaborative engagement and as a result, this collection challenges materiality and form in much the same way that I try to work within the architectural context."

Commenting on Adjaye’s work, Knoll design director Benjamin Pardo said, "David is doing really innovative and important architectural projects, and what really interested us was to see that work on an entirely new scale."