Vitra Hal Lounge chair loose seat cushion.
The HAL lounge chair by Vitra is Jasper Morrison's interpretation of a classic high-back armchair.
The HAL is a combination of round oak legs with a smoothly shaped seat shell with removable seat and neck cushions. The chair is fully upholstered in Dumet cotton blend, which has a soft and lively surface. The sleek and understated look also makes the HAL armchair very suitable for smaller rooms, public areas or beautifully in the middle of the room.
According to the design philosophy of designer Jasper Morrison, something that is considered normal is usually more useful than something special - that is why the HAL chair collection is based on clear, functional principles. The timeless combination of plastic seat and wooden legs creates a versatile collection of chairs for different spaces and needs.
Dimensions: Width 74 cm Depth 79.5 cm Height 104.5 cm Seat depth 50.5 cm
Chair height:42 cm
Frame material: fiberglass reinforced plastic shell, covered with molded polyurethane foam
Seat cushion: Loose seat cushion filling: polyurethane foam
Back cushion: Neck cushion filling: spherical fibers and siliconised fibres.
Upholstery fabric: Dumet 03 beige/grey: 46% cotton, 22% wool, 15% rayon, 9% polyamide, 8% linen
abrasion resistance:40,000 Martindale
Base material: Natural oak with protective lacquer, connection between shell and foot made of die-cast aluminium, powder coated in dim grey
Note:Felt glides for hard floors
Jasper Morrison (1959) is one of the most successful industrial designers of his generation. He is known for an aesthetic and calmly humorous style that often focuses on understated everyday functionality. A graduate of Kingston Polytechnic and Royal College of Art, Morrison opened his own studio in London in 1986 and today also has offices in Paris and Tokyo. He designed products from tableware to tram systems and collaborated with brands such as Alessi, Vitra, Nikari, Flos, Fredericia and Iittala. Morrison's work has been exhibited around the world and in 2001 he received the Royal Designer for Industry award from the British Royal Society of Arts.