A plush contemporary chair with a contrasting linear framework, by Danish designer René Hougaard
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The back and arms of the chair are crafted as one element, giving it an almost cocoon-like feel with a smooth silhouette. The linear substructure is designed in such a way that creates different geometric compositions depending on the observer's position in the room, extending onto the chair itself.
The Covent Chair is available in a variety of fabrics and leathers, with a frame in Iron Black or Metallic White. It is designed for use either as a lounge chair or as a comfortable option for around the dining table.
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