Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Chaise Longue by Arthur Rottier

Designer Arthur Rottier of Netherlands- based furniture company PCS will present a chaise longue called AR1 at the IMM Cologne furniture fair this month.
The furniture is made from EPS and polyether foam, with a solid coating on the white base and leather-like coating on the coloured cushions.
Here’s some text from Rottier:
[ AR1 ] is a fresh translation of the classic chaise longue. Base for the design were ergonomic measurements and contemporary manufacturing techniques.
The body position allows active participation in conversation, but would not block a little nap either. The extreme durability of the materials allows for heavy duty in- and outdoor use, domestic as well as professional.
[ AR1 ] comes in five colors contrasting the white base; but color wishes can be fullfilled. Kid’s version available.

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