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Gap Armchair

by Khodi Feiz for Artifort
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Gap Armchair $1,247.00
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  • description

    Add some pizazz to the modern home with the bold Gap armchair by Artifort. Aptly named, the armchair features a smile-shaped opening between the seat and back to showcase its airy and inviting demeanor. The angled legs and slightly curved back provide ergonomic support while the soft upholstery offers lasting comfort. From all angles, the chair stands out in style.

    Manufactured in the Netherlands and designed by Khodi Feiz, Gap armchair comes in a four-legged or sled version with optional felt gliders. Many different metal finishes come with the base, and an array of fabric and leather upholstery options are available. 

    • country of origin:Netherlands
    • Assembly Required:No
    • Shipping Charges:free
    Since 1890, Artifort has been an innovative Scandinavian design brand with pieces of furniture that make funky focal points in a contemporary setting. Their products are designed for longevity to ensure they are sustainable for years to come.
  • details
    • Manufactured in the Netherlands
    • Designed by Khodi Feiz
    • Available with 4-legged or sled bases
    • Optional felt gliders available 
    • Available in a wide variety of fabric and leather upholsteries 
    • Available in many colors
  • dimensions
    • 25¼"W × 23¾"D × 33½"H

    • 24½"W × 23¾"D × 33½"H

  • design

    designed by

    Khodi Feiz

    Khodi Feiz is a thriving industrial designer who was born in Iran and grew up in the United States. After graduating from Syracuse University, he relocated to the Netherlands to start his design career with Philips Design. In 1998, he founded Feiz Design Studio, with Anneko Feis-van Dorssen, a talented graphic designer and they focus on product, furniture, graphic, and strategic design because of their diverse skill sets.

    Khodi Feiz collaborates with various prominent companies, including Alessi, Artifort, Herman Miller, Offecct, Nike, and Nokia, which has made him internationally respected with many awards to his name. His designs are bold with pops of color and whimsical shapes that come together to form lovely focal points in a modern setting.

    manufactured by

    Artifort

    Since 1890, Artifort has been an innovative Scandinavian design brand with pieces of furniture that make funky focal points in a modern home. Jules Wagemans started the business as an upholstery company and expanded it in the 1920s into a design showroom in Amsterdam. Now, Artifort is an internationally successful and technologically revolutionary company.

    Their products are designed for longevity to ensure they are sustainable for years to come. The skilled designers on Artifort’s team focus on functionality, comfort, and quality, and this combination has made them a successful company for over a century. By specializing in chairs that have a playful use of geometry and bright pops of color, this high-end company is featured in design publications and exhibits around the world.

    Kho Liang le and Pierre Paulin are a big reason for Artifort’s immense success with their influential designs and forward-thinking view. The two iconic designers put the company on the map and attracted many more skilled artisans over the years. These iconic pieces are great conversation starters.

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