The Sling Lounge Chair features an oak frame with an angled, slung fabric seat.
Hecht and Colin designed the chair to be a reinterpretation of a traditional lounge chair.
“The design solution creates a genuinely new type of chair, an altogether different – but comfortably recognisable – typology suited to the reality of modern living,” explained Takt.
“Sling Lounge Chair adds new dimensions to the lounge chair as a typology, which makes it quite unique, but it also incorporates crafted details and materials that make it familiar.”
The chair can be assembled using four screws and packs into flat wooden segments. Users can easily replace old or worn parts to extend the product’s lifespan.
Sling is available with or without armrests and finished with a translucent matte or dusty green lacquer.
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