SAHARA | Easy chair
Fabric easy chair with armrests
Sahara Design enriches its chair's line with some new products that follow the same design philosophy of the armchair presented last year.
The feature of the new production, in addition to quality, is the same eye-catching design of the old product and the search for new features, with an offer attractively priced.
Both the armchair designed in 2014 which refers to the historic seat of the British Army, that the three new products, presented this year, in addition to being removable, are suitable for use on even floors / land not perfectly flat because they change their position when you sit down.
Sahara Design uses beech and a new generation of fabric that is available in many colors. Velcro is used extensively to tighten the fabric parts of both the seat and the back.
Sahara Design presents its products on www.saharadesign.it and customers can order directly on the site. The production is generally on order and not on stock, this to allow a greater variety of choice of the fabric.
With Sahara Design products using a pillow is extremely comfortable as well as making home more "friendly". Sahara Design offers some tissues and pillows that are well integrated with their own products.
The Sahara Armchair represents the evolution of a chair that the British Army, more than a century ago, designed for use in the camps. The chair had to be lightweight, portable, extremely robust, very comfortable and suitable to the ground.
These qualities were obtained by putting together the wooden parts, connected and held together by fabric components, tightened by leather straps.
The Sahara Armchair has preserved the original design but with some important innovations: the velcro instead of leather straps, a new generation fabric, washable and durable, to make the product easier to use. In addition the wood is also treated and salt resistant. The production is totally made in Italy in order to maintain high product quality.
The Sahara Armchair is provided together with a small carry-bag for ease of transportation and storage.
HISTORY : At the end of 1800 in India at the command of the British Army in Roorkhee, wasdesigned a chair to be used in the camps comfortable, solid and transportable.
This chair has also influenced many modern designers: Marcel Breuer's "Wassily" chair (1925),Le Corbusier's "Teeter" chair (1928), Wilhelm Bofinger's "Farmer Chair" (1966) and VicoMagistretti's "Armchair 905" (1964).
45 x 45 cm, h 89 cm, h seat 37 cm