Hanging Loop Chair by Lee Broom

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Hanging Loop Chair

Hanging Loop Chair – Brushed Brass

Suspended from above, two brass plated steel circular hoops join to create the Hanging Hoop Chair, with a seat and backrest upholstered in Kvadrat wool.

Material and Making

Dimensions: Dia 112.5cm x W 59cm / Dia 44.25 in x W 23.25 in
Materials: Brushed brass plated steel
Upholstery: Kvadrat Divina 3

“The chair has always been one of my favourite designs given its playful and mobile quality so I am delighted to see it used so beautifully by someone whose artistry I admire greatly,”

Lee Broom commenting on Rhianna’s use of chair

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