These all come in an expansive range of upholstery options as well as varying sizes, finishes and colours that can be mix and matched and made to order, making the products an ideal option for architects and designers working on contract projects.
Leolux LX recently launched the LXR18 armchair by German designer Martin Ballendat. The chair was developed specifically for the contract market to be used in contemporary workplace and hospitality settings, as well as residential spaces.
The LXR18 chair is composed of two rounded sections that seamlessly connect to make up the backrest and seat and give the chair its circular form. The seat and backrest are separated by a small opening with customisable piping that give the chair its distinct “smile-like” appearance.
The LX662 chair is designed to maximise comfort and privacy through its engulfing profile. It is distinguished by exaggerated winged sides and an enveloping high back, which is contrasted with a slender metal steel base that comes in a four or five-prong version.
These bases can be fitted with either a reclining mechanism or an auto-return mechanism, which reverts the chair back to its original upright position.
The LXR10 chair was designed as a study of contrasts: the plush upholstery overflows onto a wraparound plywood shell that curves into a half-pipe. The shell comes in a choice of walnut or oak, while the base is available in polished aluminium or powder-coated colour finish.
Other features of the chair include an adjustable headrest and tilt function to offer added comfort.
Amsterdam designer Thijs Smeets created the versatile LXR03 swivel chair, which comes in an array of styling options to ensure it can be tailored to a wide of interior settings. The chair exemplifies the brand’s commitment to creating highly customisable furniture to adapt to various surroundings.
Like all of Leolux LX’s products, the LXR03 chair is available with several upholstery options including coloured fabrics and leathers that can be mismatched with various parts of the chair, such as the front and back of the seat.
The chair also comes in two different heights: the lower backrest conveys a sense of openness, while the higher-backed version creates an enclosed feeling to foster privacy and offer respite in bustling environments.
The LX671 chair features inviting armrests and a distinctive contoured shell seat. Multiple options are available for the base, including solid oak legs that can be finished in a wide range of oil and wood stain colours, as well as a trapezoidal steel base and a swivel base with the choice of castors or gliders.
Established in 1934, Leolux LX is a Dutch brand that produces contemporary furniture for commercial interiors, created by international architects designers for professional craftspeople.
The company is distinguished by its extensive offering of different finishes, upholstery materials, sizes and colours for all its products, which can be made to order for contract projects.
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