Velas lounge armchair designed by Eric Degenhardt for Wilkhahn
Eric Degenhardt was birthed in Cologne, Germany. He studied Architecture at the Rheinisch WestfÃ¤lisch Technische Hochschule in Aachen and has worked with a number of architectural tasks prior to he changed his focus towards furniture and industrial design - after investing a time in London. Taking his idea of room and architecture, it was a reasonable step to move far from the huge scale and move to the smaller sized scale. It is the furnishings and the items, along with the individuals, that ultimately determine the function of an architectonical space. He tends towards formal lightness - letting the items float, with streamlined forms and clean details and a minimum of various products. Considering that establishing his own center in Cologne in 2000, he has developed furniture, packaging and architectonical rooms for global clients consisting of: AEROME (Germany), BASF COATINGS (Germany), BÖWER (Germany), BOFFI (Italy), LAMY (Germany), MAGAZIN (Germany) OBJECT COLLECTION (Canada), PAOLA LENTI (Italy), PROGETTI (Italy), RICHARD LAMPERT (Germany), SCHÖNBUCH (Germany), WILKHAHN (Germany) Many of his designs have actually gotten worldwide layout awards - and have been shown worldwide. He was guest professor at the Free University of Bolzano (Italy), he still educates as invited speaker or critic and holds workshops across Europe.In-Out armchairFor indoor and exterior usage: In-Out is an armchair suitable for retreating with an excellent publication, for checking out the news, for loosening up while hearing songs or merely for rewinding on the outdoor patio or in the yard. Thanks to its light in weight tubular steel structure, In-Out is simple to relocate, while its foam-bolstered cover offers a very comfy and non-traditional seat. A pliable spot of resort: consuming just one hand, the chair could conveniently be relocated from the workplace to the living-room or to the yard or outdoor patio. Along with a lava grey, sky blue, blood orange, black, white and chrome-plated finish, the tubular steel structure is now also available in a brand-new dark bronze tone. The frame can be combined with a prolonged fabric palette. The weatherproof web allows for leaving the chair outside throughout the summertime period. The outside internet is readily available in grey, red and sand.Velas lounge armchairWilkhahn designed this extremely slender and attractive chair especially for casual events. The style motif is based on steel tube, a material with the helped of given that the era of classical modernism. Popular considering that the 1960s, the principle of an assisting metal framework structure with upholstered seats and back-rests is interpreted in an unique style.The aluminium and steel foot area is either intense chromium-plated or powder covered. The textile covers are offered in different colors. The refined, pure, sleek form, combined with the light, exceptionally small furniture provide the chair a soft appearance. Or to place it in Eric Degenhardt, the developer's words: "The chair recommends rest and relaxation." The optional foot feces merely boosts this belief. The side table is a perfect suit to the array.Sofa CupA chair and a sofa. A mix of avantgarde layout and classic upholstery craftsmenship. Solid lumber framework and composite foam. The architect and developer Eric Degenhardt considered the design in an architectural sense. He made slightly bent levels, slim in profiles, solid being used. His graphic lines make something fairly distinct. A special lightness. Even the reverse side of Mug is of unique appeal, providing this seating furniture an unique personality.