Santiago Armchair

Soft and comfortable with a contemporary cut, Santiago armchairs and sofas play with unusual proportions to create a unique visual presence that changes depending on the point you watch them from. From the side, the armrest appears small and irregular, while, as contrast, the backrest is high and triangular. From the front side, both sofa and armchair have a pleasant rounded shape, which seems to float suspended on a thin structure of a painted tubular, or on ash wood feet dyed light walnut. Available also the ottoman.

Awards: German Design Awards 2017

Designer: Claesson Koivisto RuneYear: 2016
Technical overview

Cod. OSANT96
W 96 D 88 H 85 cm
H seat 41 cm

Cod. OSANT93
W 93 D 71 H 40 cm
H seat 40 cm

Materials and finishes
Internal structure: 18 mm thick poplar plywood and 30 mm thick, 12 mm thick birch plywood, metal frames with elastic belts.
Padding: differentiated - density polyurethane foam.
Base: tubular metal feet Ø 16 mm powder-coated painted or open pore stained solid ash wooden feet.
Upholstery: not removable cover.
Feet: painted metal or stained ash.
Feet:

Iron feet

Polyurethane foam 48%

Poplar plywood 19%

Birch plywood 17%

Metal 13%

Elastic straps 3%

 

Ash feet

Polyurethane foam 48%

Poplar plywood 19%

Birch plywood 17%

Metal 10%

Elastic straps 3%

Ash 3%

Suggested upholstery

Leslie
Dicentra
Aniline Leather
Trifolium

Claesson Koivisto Rune

The Claesson Koivisto Rune studio was established in 1995 as a multidisciplinary architecture and design workshop, in line with the classic Scandinavian tradition, but with the aim of exploring new concepts, and pursuing the values of simplicity and innovation. The three Swedes have created architectural designs throughout the world and in every sector, from homes to restaurants, retail to executive buildings, as well as furniture ranges for numerous major international firms.