The Dream chair can be customized by playing with the choice of wood and fabric / leather. You will find below information to help you choose the wood of the structure, and a preselection of fabrics and leathers particularly suited for this chair. Besides their intrinsic characteristics, fabrics and leathers are distinguished by their price category: groups 1, 2 and 3 for fabrics (increasing prices), groups A, B and C for leather (idem). Do not hesitate to contact us to talk directly of your project. We also have at your disposal a wide collection of wood, fabrics and leathers samples, we will gladly send it you free of charge (against deposit).
Sunniva: 58% new wool, 25% viscose, 8% linen, 5% nylon, 4% polyester. Kvadrat fabric.
Loke (leather grp A): Buffed, embossed, coated. Recomended for public spaces and homeowners who want easy maintenance at the lowest possible cost.
The Dream chair is proposed with oiled or lacquered wood.
The maintenance of the oiled finish will please those who are looking for a good compromise between easy daily use and a natural aspect. The oiled finish will evolve with time: the contact zones will gain a nice slightly bright luster. Maintenance should take place two to three times a year with a very lightly abrasive sponge and oil. Oil darkens the wood a bit.
The lacquered finish has the advantage of a very easy maintenance: it can be wiped clean with a damp sponge. As the oiled finish, the lacquered finish darkens the wood a bit. Contrary to the oiled finish, the aspect won’t change with time.
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WOOD & FINISHES
Hallingdal: 70% new wool, 30% viscose. Kvadrat fabric.
Tadao Ando designed the Dream Chair as a tribute to Hans J. Wegner. The Dream Chair is a comfortable furniture piece that invites relaxed reflection. A sculptural work of art in itself, the chair is particularly well suited for larger rooms where it can be seen and enjoyed from all angles. The Dream chair is made of three‐dimensional plywood, which has special characteristics that allows it to be curved along two axles during the molding process. Tadao Ando and the cabinetmakers at Carl Hansen & Søn pushed the size and curvature of the plywood sheet in order to achieve the necessary characteristics of a chair, attaining a result beyond what was thought to be possible when working with three‐dimensional plywood.
Tadao Ando founded Tadao Ando Architects & Associates in 1969, where his ideas on architectural design really took root. He has since achieved international acclaim and his original works have received prestigious awards such as the Carlsberg Prize in 1992, the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 1995, Premium Imperiale award in 1996, and the Royal Institute of British Architects Gold Medal in 1997.
The Dream Chair is available in oak or walnut (lacquered or oiled) without upholstery, or with fabric or leather upholstery on the front side and an adjustable neck cushion. The neck cushion can be adjusted 7cm. The chair can hold up to 160 kg.