This contemporary armchair is from the 'One' Collection by Martin Brattrud furniture. It is suitable for use as waiting room, library, or lobby seating and would also be at home in a variety of contemporary settings. The seat is supported by a hidden platform which creates a floating effect and sits on chrome legs accented with tiger maple. The chair is cushioned with foam at the back, arms, and seat with sharp straight lines and is covered with leather upholstery in a warm taupe color. The back pillow attaches to the back with a hidden zipper. Designed by Collin Burry and Terry Walker and handcrafted in Los Angeles.
We have multiple available. Sold individually. The chairs are relatively heavy. Most of the chairs have scuffs and wear at the corners of the arms and some scratches and/or pitting to the chrome legs. Please see detail photos for a representation of the overall condition.
30.5" High x 33.5" Wide x 33.5" Deep
Seat height is 15"
The photos included in this listing show the item you will receive. Listing includes only what is described and no additional items are included. Please review this listing carefully, and raise any questions before purchasing.
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