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Void

FVOIDFA078

The Void armchair is both simple and sophisticated, graphic and round. The suspended backrest, as if balanced on the two corners of the armrests, crea...
Void
The Void armchair is both simple and sophisticated, graphic and round. The suspended backrest, as if balanced on the two corners of the armrests, creates an unusual empty space that becomes the center of the armchair. The visually light construction contrasts with a denser base and gives a bold presence as a confortable armchair.

Caractéristiques

Category

Armchairs

Caractéristiques

Dimensions

L 30 x P 25 x H 31 inches

Caractéristiques

Frame

Wooden panel - Solid beech

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Scenography

Void

Technical sheet

Void

FVOIDFA078

Pierre Frey - Signature

SIZES AVAILABLE

30,7 in

Category

Armchairs

Designer

Gonçalo Campos

Dimensions

L 30 x P 25 x H 31 inches

Frame

Wood : Wooden panel - Solid beech
Construction : Traditional assembly

Comfort

Suspension : Solid seat
Structure : wrapped in poylester wadding - HR foam 45 kg/m3
Seat : wrapped in poylester wadding - HR foam 40 kg/m3 - HR foam 35/10 kg/m3 - HR foam 35 kg/m3
Back : HR foam 26 kg/m3 - HR foam 45 kg/m3

Finishes

Upholstery Finishes : Topstitching - Simple seams - Folded seams - Stretched fabric

Weight

41,90 Kg

Fabric Qty

3,26 yds

Available Options

Swivel base
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Gonçalo Campos

Gonçalo Campos

Gonçalo Campos is a young Portuguese designer known for his mix of humor and pragmatism. In 2008, he joined Fabrica, a design and communication research center in Treviso. Since 2010, he collaborates with different editors like Wewood, Mantecas, Vista Alegre or Kvadrat...
Very curious by nature, he likes to understand how things are made and the ingenuity of the people behind each project. His work tends to find simple but surprising solutions through the rational use of materials and production methods.