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Item No. 100169477
HAY

Soft Edge 60 Side Chair

C$ 1,130.00
5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100169477
HAY

Soft Edge 60 Side Chair

C$ 1,130.00
Upholstered
Black Leather
Non Upholstered
Black / Black
Oak / Oak
Soft Grey / Soft Grey
Fall Red / Fall Red
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  • 3-D molding techniques result in strong curves.
  • Thin seat and back with waterfall edges for incredible comfort.
  • Stackable design.
  • 31" H 20¼" W 20¾" D
Detailed Dimensions

Shipping Options

  • Ships via FedEx

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Designed by Iskos-Berlin for HAY
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Soft Edge 60 Side Chair
C$ 1,130.00
Details

Details

Together, Copenhagen-based designers Aleksej Iskos and Boris Berlin approach design “as an art of storytelling,” and they often let the materiality of objects define the language of their designs. Their Soft Edge 12 Chair (2015) for HAY uses 3-D molding techniques to deliver strong curves and extreme lightness. All the edges of the ultra-thin seat and back bend away from the body, delivering ultimate comfort for constant dynamic movement. Stacks up to six high. Made in Latvia.
  • 3-D molding techniques result in strong curves.
  • Thin seat and back with waterfall edges for incredible comfort.
  • Stackable design.
  • Stackable up to 6 high
Brand
HAY
Collection
Soft Edge Collection
General Dimensions
  • 31" H 20¼" W 20¾" D
Product Weight
20.75 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.
Soft Edge 12 Side Chair

Soft Edge 12 Side Chair

  • Height (in): 31
  • Width (in): 20¼
  • Depth (in): 20¾
  • Weight (lbs): 20.75
  • Seat Height (in): 18¾
  • Seat Depth (in): 18

Iskos-Berlin

Working from their Copenhagen studio, Aleksej Iskos and Boris Berlin approach design as “an art of storytelling” and they pay particular attention to the materiality of objects, often letting this define the language of their designs.

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