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Florian

by Sjoerd Vroonland


Just one single mould is necessary to steam bend the various plywood elements of the ‘Florian’ lounge chair, as well as the matching footstool. It is the perfect example of Sjoerd Vroonland’s practical knowledge of the furniture making process, as well as his innovative take on furniture design. 

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Compositions

Specifications

Body
Oak plywood shells, with polyurethane foam in varying densities for optimum support and comfort, wrapped in hypoallergenic polyester fibre.
Legs and armrests
Solid oak.
Upholstery
Composition of fabrics depends on the customer’s choice of upholstery. Leathers are either aniline or pigmented/ sealed.
Origin
Hand made in Italy

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Body
Available in white-washed or walnut stained oak, protected by a matt varnish.
Upholstery
Fixed, available in all fabrics and leathers from the LINTELOO collection. Customers can opt to supply their own choice of upholstery fabric/leather.
Special features
Chair and footstool come with felt gliders. Other gliders available on request.
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Sjoerd Vroonland

Sjoerd Vroonland (1985) studied at the Wood and Furniture College in Rotterdam and also graduated from ArtEZ Academy, specializing in product design. Today, Vroonland runs his own label from his atelier in Amsterdam.

His innovative products are inspired by classic designs and are created using materials, techniques and shapes that we are all familiar with. From the archetypal saddle to the antique clothespin, Vroonland uses the best features of timehonoured design and finds new ways to apply them, combining contrasting materials.

Instead of hiding all the ‘technical’ details, the designer focuses on the beauty of structure and construction: the materials are uncompromised and the line of work can be clearly seen. The result is a pure and poetic dialogue between craft, innovation and modern-day living.

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