“Open form and ultimate comfort”

Product details

The high seat shell is compromised of a compressed wooden frame covered entirely with a combination of two foam layers. This ensures supreme comfort. The seat shell is fully upholstered and - as you would expect from Artifort - this is exceptional, top quality upholstery with seams, distributed over a variety of facets. A unique feature is the minimalistic four-legged metal base incorporated into the design, which can be powdercoated in a range of colours. The details include a saddle leather belt that subtly connects the front legs of the chair with the back.

A roomy, high-backed lounge armchair with a distinctive richness of detail.

A minimalistic, contemporary design offering supreme comfort thanks to a unique combination of multiple foam layers.

The wooden shell and foam components gently support the body, neck and head, fully adapting to the user’s sitting posture.

The distinctive tubular frame is extremely minimalistic with a light construction, giving the design the transparant look envisioned by the designers.

Extensive programme of colours and fabrics, both in fabric and leather.

Design year 2020Design by Scholten & Baijings

Choose from textile or leather.


The base is finished in powder coat.

Saddle leather belt
The saddle leather belt that connects the front legs with the back can be chosen in black or natural.


Designed by Scholten & Baijings

Stefan Scholten (1972) and Carole Baijings (1973) founded their eponymous design studio Scholten & Baijings in 2000 and are regarded as one of the world’s most innovative and dynamic design duos. Known for sensitive, subtle yet functional products, striking and often surprising use of colour and refined finishes, they have gained great acclaim in the international design world. They have applied this individual style to everything, from textiles, wood, ceramics, glass and furniture to consumer electronics and even a concept car. Studio Scholten & Baijings has realised more than a hundred projects, including collaborations with international brands such as Maharam, IKEA, HAY, Moroso, Herman Miller, Samsung and MINI. A variety of exhibitions have also been organised, including at the Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York. The duo’s unique design vision is documented in the book Reproducing Scholten & Baijings. In 1998 Stefan Scholten (Copray & Scholten) designed the ‘Relay’ Chaise Longue for Artifort, and for more than 20 years these Relays have been located at various places in the piers of Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and used heavily on a daily basis.

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