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Spark Lounge Chair with Seat Pad

Designed by Don Chadwick for Knoll®

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Item Number: 4437
$384.00

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Add a jolt of energy to your space with the Spark Lounge Chair (2009). Don Chadwick, renowned for his Aeron® and Chadwick chairs, has applied his knowledge of ergonomic seating to this affordable, colorful polypropylene Chair. Lightweight and easy to clean, the stackable Spark is equally comfortable in residential and contract settings. The Spark Chair is manufactured by Knoll®, Inc.

  • Stacks six high.
  • Lounge Chair's sleigh legs have integral glides to protect floors.
  • Recycled Black is made with 40% recycled content.
  • Winner of the 2009 Editors' Choice Award, Best of NeoCon® and 2009 Chicago Athenaeum Good Design® Award.

Designer

Don Chadwick
Don Chadwick

USA (1936)

Chairs are for sitting on. It sounds obvious, but there are designers who seem to miss that point. Not Don Chadwick, however, who has developed some of the best chairs on the market – including the Aeron Chair with Bill Stumpf – by emphasizing the body and the fact that bodies move.


Chadwick calls his hands-on studio in Santa Monica an “experimental ...

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Dimensions

H 30.5" W 25.5" D 25.5" Seat H 17"

Materials

UV-resistant, glass-reinforced polypropylene; integral glides. SEAT PAD, molded polyurethane foam with a textile cover and steel fasteners.

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