This "SZ02" lounge chair designed by Martin Visser for Spectrum in the 1960s is a true masterpiece of timeless design. This armchair embodies the signature aesthetic of modernism of the era, with clean lines, simple geometric shapes and exceptional functionality.The armchair is constructed with an elegant and minimalist metal frame, which ensures both solidity and visual lightness. The combination of cognac leather and metal frame creates a striking contrast between the weathered texture of the leather and the rigid geometry of the frame. Leather adds a touch of sophistication and timeless elegance to the armchair, reflecting light in a subtle way.The ergonomic shape of the backrest follows the natural curvature of the back, allowing you to sit comfortably for long periods of time. Discreet but functional armrests add additional support while maintaining the chair's clean aesthetic.This lounge chair embodies the functional and minimalist design typical of the 60s, where each element is carefully thought out for its function while expressing a modern and sophisticated aesthetic. Vintage patinated leather adds historical value to this piece, recalling the high-quality materials and exceptional craftsmanship of the era.
Material: metal and leather
- Height: 70 cm
- Width: 61 cm
- Depth: 64 cm
Condition: this item is in a fair state of conservation.
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