UHURU’s Gärdesgård Lounge Chair is inspired by the distinct Scandinavian fence style of the same name.  The fence, with its angled cross members creating a triangle between the ground the uprights, has an unmistakeable guise of movement – appearing to flow over the hills and fields whose borders it defines. In the steel frame of the chair UHURU references this form and attempts to capture its dynamics; a piece animated and non-static; motion reflected in form just as in the Gärdesgård fence.

UHURU’s Gärdesgård Lounge Chair is inspired by the distinct Scandinavian fence style of the same name. The fence, with its angled cross members creating a triangle between the ground the uprights, has an unmistakeable guise of movement – appearing to flow over the hills and fields whose borders it defines. In the steel frame of the chair UHURU references this form and attempts to capture its dynamics; a piece animated and non-static; motion reflected in form just as in the Gärdesgård fence.

UHURU’s Gärdesgård Lounge Chair is inspired by the distinct Scandinavian fence style of the same name.  The fence, with its angled cross members creating a triangle between the ground the uprights, has an unmistakeable guise of movement – appearing to flow over the hills and fields whose borders it defines. In the steel frame of the chair UHURU references this form and attempts to capture its dynamics; a piece animated and non-static; motion reflected in form just as in the Gärdesgård fence.

UHURU’s Gärdesgård Lounge Chair is inspired by the distinct Scandinavian fence style of the same name. The fence, with its angled cross members creating a triangle between the ground the uprights, has an unmistakeable guise of movement – appearing to flow over the hills and fields whose borders it defines. In the steel frame of the chair UHURU references this form and attempts to capture its dynamics; a piece animated and non-static; motion reflected in form just as in the Gärdesgård fence.

UHURU’s Gärdesgård Lounge Chair is inspired by the distinct Scandinavian fence style of the same name.  The fence, with its angled cross members creating a triangle between the ground the uprights, has an unmistakeable guise of movement – appearing to flow over the hills and fields whose borders it defines. In the steel frame of the chair UHURU references this form and attempts to capture its dynamics; a piece animated and non-static; motion reflected in form just as in the Gärdesgård fence.

UHURU’s Gärdesgård Lounge Chair is inspired by the distinct Scandinavian fence style of the same name. The fence, with its angled cross members creating a triangle between the ground the uprights, has an unmistakeable guise of movement – appearing to flow over the hills and fields whose borders it defines. In the steel frame of the chair UHURU references this form and attempts to capture its dynamics; a piece animated and non-static; motion reflected in form just as in the Gärdesgård fence.

The DK set is inspired by the traditional Danish modern lounge chair. The legs of the DK Chair are fashioned from 1″ x 2″ blackened steel tubing, with the arms fashioned from a curved black walnut. The sleek leather cushion is inspired by the detailing on motorcycle jackets. A svelte top pad is tethered to a thicker, more traditional cushion, providing streamlined comfort. The extra-wide seat gives flexibility to a chair that, like a motorcycle, might just seat two.

The DK set is inspired by the traditional Danish modern lounge chair. The legs of the DK Chair are fashioned from 1″ x 2″ blackened steel tubing, with the arms fashioned from a curved black walnut. The sleek leather cushion is inspired by the detailing on motorcycle jackets. A svelte top pad is tethered to a thicker, more traditional cushion, providing streamlined comfort. The extra-wide seat gives flexibility to a chair that, like a motorcycle, might just seat two.

The DK set is inspired by the traditional Danish modern lounge chair. The legs of the DK Chair are fashioned from 1″ x 2″ blackened steel tubing, with the arms fashioned from a curved black walnut. The sleek leather cushion is inspired by the detailing on motorcycle jackets. A svelte top pad is tethered to a thicker, more traditional cushion, providing streamlined comfort. The extra-wide seat gives flexibility to a chair that, like a motorcycle, might just seat two.

The DK set is inspired by the traditional Danish modern lounge chair. The legs of the DK Chair are fashioned from 1″ x 2″ blackened steel tubing, with the arms fashioned from a curved black walnut. The sleek leather cushion is inspired by the detailing on motorcycle jackets. A svelte top pad is tethered to a thicker, more traditional cushion, providing streamlined comfort. The extra-wide seat gives flexibility to a chair that, like a motorcycle, might just seat two.

The DK set is inspired by the traditional Danish modern lounge chair. The legs of the DK Chair are fashioned from 1″ x 2″ blackened steel tubing, with the arms fashioned from a curved black walnut. The sleek leather cushion is inspired by the detailing on motorcycle jackets. A svelte top pad is tethered to a thicker, more traditional cushion, providing streamlined comfort. The extra-wide seat gives flexibility to a chair that, like a motorcycle, might just seat two.

The DK set is inspired by the traditional Danish modern lounge chair. The legs of the DK Chair are fashioned from 1″ x 2″ blackened steel tubing, with the arms fashioned from a curved black walnut. The sleek leather cushion is inspired by the detailing on motorcycle jackets. A svelte top pad is tethered to a thicker, more traditional cushion, providing streamlined comfort. The extra-wide seat gives flexibility to a chair that, like a motorcycle, might just seat two.

The sturdy shape of the BB-55 Rocker, named after the North Carolina class of battleship, takes cues from naval design.  The forms of the base and seat mimic the curves of the hull and the taper of the bridge tower. The teak base of this low, modern rocker transitions into a steel frame above. Cotton webbing, weaved in a random pattern, forms the seat and backrest.

The sturdy shape of the BB-55 Rocker, named after the North Carolina class of battleship, takes cues from naval design. The forms of the base and seat mimic the curves of the hull and the taper of the bridge tower. The teak base of this low, modern rocker transitions into a steel frame above. Cotton webbing, weaved in a random pattern, forms the seat and backrest.

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