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VISU Lounge Chair
Wood Base

design Mika Tolvanen, 2012

About the VISU Lounge Chair, designer Mika Tolvanen explains : ”Visu Lounge is a natural continuation of the first Visu chair. The idea was to create a lounge chair, which is extremely comfortable – even without upholstery – and I believe that we have succeeded in this quest. The proportions of the chair are exactly right, and it is neither too big nor too low. The chair is able to combine an elegant curve with a compact and simple form.” 

Wood finishes Oak, natural or stained dark brown - Ash stained black, grey, or dusty green

Upholstery (optional) fabric or leather

Dimensions  H 69 x LW 60 cm x D 51 cm, seat height 40 cm

quickship versions

VISU Lounge Chair
Oak
465 €

VISU Lounge Chair
Black (stained ash)
465 €

VISU Lounge Chair
Grey (stained ash)
465 €

VISU Lounge Chair
Dusty green (stained ash)
465 €

VISU Lounge Chair
Oak stained dark brown
495 €

VISU Lounge Chair Upholstered
Re-wool 108 fabric + grey base
695 €

VISU Lounge Chair Upholstered
Fiord 991 fabric + oak base
779 €

VISU Lounge Chair Upholstered
leather Refine cognac + oak base
1149 €

+ 4 plastic glides black
14 €

+ 4 plastic glides grey
14 €

customize your Visu Lounge Chair upholstered

VISU Lounge chair upholstered
from 629 €

free samples (against deposit)
95 €

> Fabrics and Leathers

examples

Steelcut 120 fabric (group 2) + oak stained dark brown

Steelcut Trio 515 fabric (group 2) + oak

Twill Weave 160 fabric (group 4) + black

Balder 912 fabric (group 4) + dusty green

leather Refine beige (group 6) + chêne teinté brun foncé

leather Refine black (group 6) + black

Mika Tolvanen

Mika Tolvanen is a renowned Finnish designer who started his own practice after graduating from Royal College of Art in 2001. Tolvanen designs products for residential and contract use from his studio and workshop on the island of Lauttasaari outside of Helsinki, Finland.

“The objective is not only to design products, but rather to look at occasions we need to design for. What really defines objects is how we use them, not what they appear to be. Design should never be the aspect that makes too much noise.”

“The way of approaching design is always very personal to each individual designer. The way we dwell here in Finland has permeated our lives and the way we design. Scandinavian design has always been here and there have been no gaps between periods. Only the means of manufacturing have evolved, making new design more exciting.”