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Oslo Lounge armchair
Anderssen & Voll

Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll

Colline 737 fabric (price group 2) / grey

Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll

Vidar 146 fabric (price group 4) / grey

The Oslo Lounge Armchair comes from the collection of the same name, designed by the Norwegian duo Anderssen & Voll. 

The Oslo series is made on the west coast of Norway, whose landscapes all in lines and curves were a source of inspiration for Anderssen & Voll.
They explain their design: "Our wish was to create a line of sofas and armchairs with both maximum aesthetic lightness and impeccable comfort. The horizontal separation plays a key role because it adds comfort to the lower part while maintaining the airy appearance of the furniture. »

Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll
Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll

Twill Weave 990 fabric (price group 4) / black

Materials steel and wood inner frame, molded PU foam, Kvadrat fabric — produced in Norway, upholstered in Denmark

Legs powder coated steel with plastic gliders

Dimensions H 75,5 x L 82,5 x P 67,5 cm — seat height: 40 cm, seat depth: 54 cm

quickship versions

Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll
Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll

Oslo Lounge – Twill Weave 990 / Black

Oslo Lounge – Vidar 146 / Grey

Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll
Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll

Oslo Lounge – Twill Weave 990 / Black swivel base

Oslo Lounge – Vidar 146 / Grey swivel base

customize your Oslo Lounge

Oslo Lounge – tube base
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Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll
Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll

Fiord 422 fabric (price group 2) / grey

Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll
Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll

Colline 737 fabric (price group 2) / grey

Ocean 50 fabric (price group 1) / black

Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll
Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll

Clay 15 fabric (price group 4) / black

Divina Melange 597 fabric (price group 3) / grey

Oslo Lounge – swivel base
from

examples

Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll
Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll

Fiord 422 fabric (price group 2) / grey

Hallingdal 130 fabric (price group 3) / black

Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll
Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll

Ocean 50 fabric (price group 1) / black

Colline 227 fabric (price group 2) / grey

Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll
Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll

Vidar 143 fabric (price group 4) / grey

Sabi 771 fabric (price group 2) / black

Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll
Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll
Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll

Colline 737 fabric (price group 2) / grey

Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll
Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll
Oslo Lounge armchair Anderssen & Voll

Anderssen & Voll

Anderssen & Voll

Anderssen & Voll are among the most prominent and successful Norwegian designers. They have been named both Norwegian and Scandinavian designers of the year and have received numerous international awards for their work within furniture, lighting, and home accessories.

On Their Design Philosophy: “A good product builds and expands on tradition while simultaneously breaking the rules of said tradition. Modifications and elements of surprise, even changes that are less radical, stimulate thought and reflection, also who may not hold a particular interest in design. This tiny second of reflection is the window of opportunity where we can communicate with the users and that’s what we strive to tap into.”

The long-standing studio: The studio of Andersson & Voll is located in the heart of Oslo, housed in one of the oldest buildings in the area dating back to 1802 – a farm structure-cum-studio located next to the beautiful river of Akerselva, an area that is home to several design studios and art schools.

On Scandinavian Design: “Scandinavian design isn’t merely a label to place onto products – it’s a commitment by Muuto to let the brand grow dynamically in companionship with the emerging ideas and concerns of young Scandinavian designers. The term functions as an invitation, a challenge, and a motivating element to us as designers.”