Item No. 100144192

Loku Side Chair

C$ 555.00
Item No. 100144192

Loku Side Chair

C$ 555.00
Walnut
Estimated Arrival: Estimated Arrival: May 22 - May 26
  • Striking molded seat with boldly grained veneer.
  • Shape conforms to body for comfort.
  • Stainless steel frame.
  • 31" H 18" W 18" D
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1-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Designed by Shin Azumi for Case
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Loku Side Chair
C$ 555.00
Innovative manufacturing — The Loku Collection uses sophisticated wood molding techniques to produce comfortably curved seats with extraordinary visual appeal.
Details

Details

Unique appearance

For his Loku Collection (2017), Shin Azumi took advantage of the latest molded plywood techniques, but he also exercised restraint to avoid creating something overwrought. “Some of the 3-D molded wood chairs in the market are getting too similar to plastic ones,” he says. When I designed Loku, I was careful to keep the dignity and beauty of a wooden chair.” In 2016, Loku was awarded the prestigious Design Guild Mark for excellence in British design. Made in Thailand.
  • Striking molded seat with boldly grained veneer.
  • Shape conforms to body for comfort.
  • Stainless steel base.
Brand
Case
General Dimensions
  • 31" H 18" W 18" D
Product Weight
22 lbs
Box Dimensions
  • 35" H 22" W 22" D
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
1-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Loku Side Chair

Loku Side Chair

  • Height (in): 31
  • Width (in): 18
  • Depth (in): 18
  • Weight (lbs): 22
  • Seat Height (in): 18.75
  • Seat Width (in): 17.5
  • Seat Depth (in): 16
  • Molded plywood seat with walnut veneer
  • Tubular stainless steel base

Shin Azumi

Born in Kobe, Japan, Shin Azumi embraces a design philosophy that merges functionality and entertainment, or enjoyment. “Design is a kind of work that provides entertainment for our lives,” he says. “Functionality is something that is quite universal and something we can share. I try to use functionality as an element of enjoyment.”

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