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Orange Slice Low Armchair Quickship

by Pierre Paulin for Artifort
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Orange Slice Low Armchair Quickship $2,707.00
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  • description

    As the name suggests, Orange Slice low armchair is reminiscent of its fruity name. The unique silhouette features sculptural elements to make it double as a cool seating solution and piece of art. With a rounded seat and back that molds to your body, the seat provides comfort for hours. Thanks to the use of the best quality materials, it will be a staple piece of furniture for the long haul. 

    Manufactured in the Netherlands for Artifort, Orange Slice low armchair comes with a high degree of customization and is available to ship quickly for convenience. Upholstery options are available in different fabrics and leathers, and the metal base comes in P57 Black Grey Textured Metal or Chrome. 

    • 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
    • Quickship
    • Manufactured in the Netherlands
    • Designed by Pierre Paulin
    • Metal base finished in P57 Black Grey Textured Metal 
    • Base available in chrome for an upcharge
    • Available in different types of upholstery
  • dimensions
    • 33"W × 31½"D × 27½"H
  • design

    designed by

    Pierre Paulin

    - Born in 1927, Pierre Paulin is a creative genius who has made quite the impression internationally and has created many iconic designs for Artifort through his freelance work. He got his start from participating in a furniture show that was put together by Kho Liang le, which was the start of a beautiful collaboration. Paulin has many accolades and awards to his name, which makes him a highly sought-after designer.

    Paulin’s designs are geometrically inspired and are crafted with incredible attention to detail. With eye-catching curves and innovative silhouettes, the pieces of furniture by Paulin make a statement in a contemporary setting. His designs are in various permanent museum collections.

    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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