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EILERSEN Havana Chair - Fully Upholstered, Soft Fabric, Black Base - Fifteen Percent Discount

Regular price $3,557.25 SGD
Regular price $4,185.00 SGD Sale price $3,557.25 SGD
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Designed by: Lab 15: Kristian Sofus Hansen and Tommy Hyldah

Havana - Cuban rhythms tamed in Danish Design
With Havana, Eilersen adds yet another lounge chair to its collection. However, Havana is more than just a chair. Havana can have numerous expressions depending on whether it is presented with or without an armrest and backrest, one or two arms or just as an organic round pouffe. The chair's organic design pairs nicely with Eilersen's many sofas.

From Art Deco to Danish Design
Havana is designed by the Danish design duo Lab 15, which consists of Kristian Sofus Hansen and Tommy Hyldahl in close cooperation with Eilersen.

A chair, a pouffe or both
Havana draws you in with its sensual, soft, and round shapes, in which you immediately relax from the moment the gentle embrace of the chair surrounds you.

Havana is like a babushka; there is much more to the chair than what meets the eye. The chair can be produced as a lounge chair with a backrest and two arms or with one arm and a backrest. Another option is to make it entirely without armrests and appear more modest with just a seat and a backrest. Finally, it can also be made into a small, lovely pouffe.

Base: Black Semi-Matte, Fixed
Fully Upholstered Seat in "Soft" Fabric - Price Group "4"
Colour: #22

Fabric: "Soft" Composition: 45% viscose, 35% cotton, 20% polyester

Do Not Wash - Dry Clean Only

Arm height: 58 cm · Arm width: 15 cm · Total depth: 81/84 cm · Seat depth: 52 cm · Seat height: 42 cm · Total height: 71 cm

5 years - Covers Sofa Construction - Wear & Tear To Fabric /Leather Covers Is Not Covered

The fabric changes appearance depending on the angle from which it is viewed. The change can range from a more matt and darker surface to a shinier and lighter coloured one. The change is also noticeable in those areas where the fabric is exposed to wear and tear. This change is typical of velour fabrics and is an expected and intrinsic feature of this material.

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