Robin Day Chevron Armchair
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Robin Day Chevron Armchair



The full price of this product is £1,650 . You can secure your purchase by paying the deposit amount.

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Robin Day Chevron Armchair by twentytwentyone

Full price £1,650, secure your purchase now with a £330 deposit. 

Working closely with the Robin and Lucienne Day Foundation, twentytwentyone has relaunched the Robin Day Chevron armchair. The distinctive, yet simple design, employs a bold and graphic profile giving dynamic character to a modest lounge chair.

The upholstery options are weaves from Mourne Textiles archives designed by Gerd Edie echoing tonal references from Irish landscapes. 

Select the upholstery colour using the drop down menu, place the order by paying the deposit amount, and your order details will be passed on to twentytwentyone for fulfilment. Please be aware that each chair is made to order and will take 6-8 weeks to fulfil. 

Robin Day and his wife Lucienne Day, furniture and print designers, are amongst the most acclaimed and influential British designers from the post-war era, often put on a par with their American contemporaries, Charles and Ray Eames. Durability and comfort were always key features of Robin Day’s designs. His designs remain in use, in prestigious and demanding locations such as the Gatwick Bench in the Tate Britain, 1952 auditorium seating at the Royal Festival Hall, 1981 auditorium seating for the Barbican Art Centre, and 1990s Toro and Woodro seating on London Underground.

Materials: The graphic chevron-shaped seat appears suspended between the two fine steel frames, held in place by miniature nylon spacers. The solid rod frame is invisibly fixed from behind and ends gently polished to merge with self-levelling feet.

Dimensions: 66w x 74d x 43/72.5cmh