KeSa Upholstered Easy Armchair

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KeSa Upholstered Easy Armchair

Phantom Hands
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Products in the KeSa Collection are available in a set of fabric 'colourways', designed and produced by textile designer Padmaja Krishnan.

The fabrics used for the KeSa Collection are upcycled 'Patchwork Textiles' - created through a process of collecting discarded cotton fabric scraps, arranging them with care into specific patterns, and sewing them one piece at a time by hand, and then by machine. Making this fabric is a very time consuming, laborious process as each yard of the fabric needs to be designed individually every time. This long and intense process of stitching and making enough fabric for one chair is done entirely by women artisans in Padmaja's workshop in Mumbai. Therefore, every piece we make as part of the KeSa collection is truly unique, even though they belong to a specific 'colourway' - designed and produced by textile designer Padmaja Krishnan.

A specially designed cushion is optionally available for each chair model in the KeSa Collection. The cushion is designed keeping in mind the ergonomics of the Easy Armchair and is called the 'Manju' cushion.

Fabric colourways in the KeSa collection are complimented by a specific hand-stained and burnished wood finish, developed by Phantom Hands.

Arm Height: 63.5 cm
Seat Height: 42 cm

Burma Teak (Tectona grandis)
'Patchwork' KeSa Fabric
Polyurethane Foam
Pinewood Inner Frame
Metal Components

KeSa Upholstered Easy Armchair

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Dimensions (cm)

W70.5 x D84 x H78

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Chandigarh Collective

Chandigarh Collective

Chandigarh Collective refers to the architects, designers, model makers and craftspeople who contributed to the design and prototyping of furniture for the city of Chandigarh in the 1950s. A Design Office was set up under the leadership of Pierre Jeanneret with a team of young Indian designers and architects assisting him to creating a range of furniture. The designs and variants of these designs have been produced from the 1950s to the present day anywhere in the world.