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Item No. 100467949
New Arrival

Bluff Chair

C$ 1,670.00
4.3 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100467949
New Arrival

Bluff Chair

C$ 1,670.00
Black
Bone
Sand
Terra Cotta
Wheat
Cantaloupe
Available to ship in:
  • Made from recycled and 100% recyclable polyethylene.
  • Durable and lightweight.
  • Can be used indoors or out.
  • 28½" H 33¼" W 31" D
Detailed Dimensions

Shipping Options

  • Ships via FedEx

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Designed by Hlynur Atlason for Heller®
Manufacturer SKU:
Bluff Chair
C$ 1,670.00
Details

Details

The sheltering form of the indoor-outdoor Bluff Chair (2023) by Hlynur Atlason was inspired by the smooth shapes carved into nature by the sea. Exclusive to DWR, this sculptural chair features a surprisingly comfortable scooped seat that cradles the body. “By working carefully with angles and proportions, we’re able to create an experience where you’re no longer aware of the chair when you’re seated,” says the Icelandic-born designer. Bluff is made from a high percentage of recycled post-consumer plastic (the percentage varies by color) and is 100% recyclable. Its warm tones are designed to harmonize with the natural environment and its seat has drainage to minimize pooling. Made in U.S.A.
  • Made from recycled and 100% recyclable polyethylene.
  • Durable and lightweight.
  • Can be used indoors or out.
Brand
Heller®
General Dimensions
  • 28½" H 33¼" W 31" D
Product Weight
28 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Bluff Chair

  • Height (in): 28½
  • Width (in): 33¼
  • Depth (in): 31
  • Weight (lbs): 28
  • Seat Height (in): 15¼
  • Recycled plastic polyethylene blend
Hlynur Atlason

Hlynur Atlason

Hlynur Atlason grew up in Iceland and studied science at the Sorbonne before he came to New York to study design at Parsons School of Design. After graduation, he stayed in New York and, in 2004, founded his eponymous design studio, which has since designed kitchen utensils, beverage bottles, airline serviceware, cosmetics packaging and furniture.

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