E005 Embrace Armchair

E005 Embrace Armchair

Carl Hansen & Søn
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The Embrace Chair fuses a wooden structure and soft upholstery to create an elegant dining chair that is so expressive that it can function as a stand-alone piece as well. The chair's frame is crafted from wood. The back piece of the frame, composed of three pieces assembled in classic finger joints, is particularly striking, its simplicity emphasizing the elegant craftsmanship. The soft cushion is folded into three dimensions and functions as a seat, back and armrests in one. The upholstery embraces the wooden structure, with the seat and back appearing to float inside the chair.

Shown in Oak Oil and Sif 95 leather

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E005 Embrace Armchair
Vendor item no.
E005
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EOOS

EOOS

EOOS was established in 1995 by Gernot Bohmann, Harald Gründl, and Martin Bergmann after their graduation from the University of Applied Arts. Operates in the fields of premium furniture and product design for clients such as bulthaup, Carl Hansen & Søn, Herman Miller, Walter Knoll, etc. EOOS has dedicated to projects in social and sustainable design and developed contributions to international exhibitions. For EOOS, design is a poetical discipline between archaic and high-tech. EOOS examines rituals, myths and intuitive images as a starting point within the scope of the Poetical Analysis®.