Swoon lounge chairs were created by Danish studio Space Copenhagen for the launch for the 11 Howard Hotel in New York and are intended to provide users with optimal comfort while maintaining a high-end aesthetic.
The collection is now produced by Fredericia with various different finishes, enabling it to be tailored for use in hotel lobbies, restaurant reception areas, bars, lounges and private homes.
“Based on their extensive experience designing high-end hotel interiors and Michelin-star restaurants, Space Copenhagen created Swoon to fill a gap missing in the market – a hybrid of a lounge chair and an armchair with the benefits of both,” said Fredericia.
“With its continuous curves, lush look and sculptured shape, Swoon echoes Space Copenhagen’s desire for you to enjoy life at a slow pace.”
The Swoon lounge chairs are all distinguished by the same curved shells, which combine the back, seat and armrests as one piece. Two padded cushions are then attached to this shell.
The seats can be upholstered in various different materials and mounted on either slender wooden legs or a swivel base made of metal.
Swoon forms part of a wider collection that features a matching ottoman and the Swoon Lounge Petit – a smaller model of the lounge chair with higher and more upright backrest.
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