Dezeen Showroom: three different backrests inspired by the shape of oyster shells feature in the Trioo series of chairs, designed by Johannes Foersom and Peter Hiort-Lorenzen for Swedish brand Lammhults.
The Danish design duo created the Trioo series to suit a range of interior environments, from the dining room or living room to university campus or cafe.
To realise this idea, they created three different styles of backrest, all inspired by the form and colours of oyster shells but offering varying kinds of support and degrees of enclosure.
“The idea of Trioo was to create ‘one’ chair but with three different characters,” said the designers.
The Trioo chairs all feature a powder-coated or chromed steel frame with a moulded veneer seat and back.
Oversized buttons on the rear of the backrest are an additional aesthetic feature that also works to conceal the fittings joining it to the seat.
The chairs are stackable and available in either natural ash, natural oak or stained ash. Upholstery in fabric or leather is also an option.
Trioo is one of three new products Lammhults is launching to coincide with the opening of its revamped Stockholm showroom, which was designed by Atelier Paul Vaugoyeau.
They will feature in a new installation called Space Matters, which revolves around several curated, flexible, interactive room sets.
Like all of Lammhults’ new products, Trioo is designed with circularity in mind, and can be easily taken apart to allow components to be replaced or recycled.
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