Hood armchair

Modern, striking and surprisingly innovative, one key element of the brief was that, aside from its metal frame, there was to be no solid parts in the upholstery; everything soft and suspended.

Hood’s frame is unique when compared to vintage cantilevered chairs, from which the studio sought much of its inspiration. It’s got unique bend angles at the top and bottom of the chair, plus the frame is in two sections, to make it easier to transport.

However, all this is forgotten when you sit down and feel the five years of R&D that has gone into a ridiculously comfortable armchair. Five years well spent in our opinion.

Availabilty : 16-18 weeks

details

designer country of origin warranty
TAF Architecture Sweden

dimensions

WIDTH 68.5 CM

HEIGHT 73.8 CM

DEPTH 61.7 CM

material

Bent metal frame in two sections, removable upholstered 'hanging seat'.

Seat upholstery available in red, blue, black, white, yellow, green and grey.

Frame in black RAL 9005.

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TAF Architecture

AF architectural and design office was founded by Gabriella Gustafson and Mattias Ståhlbom after they both expired Konstfack, MFA 2002.

Since then, the studio has gained both Swedish and international attention and success with projects in the interior design and exhibition architecture as well as a number of different products for various reputable furniture manufacturers.

TAF has exhibited at MoMa and has items in the permanent collections at the National Museum in Stockholm, the Röhsska Museum in Gothenburg and the Danish Design Museum in Copenhagen. In 2017, Gabriella and Mattias were awarded the award Designer of the Form of the Form Form.

 

The use and questioning of references is something that is constantly relevant in TAF's work process. The background and inspiration for most of the results of the study comes from a completely different and often unexpected context. A candy dish becomes a table, a rope becomes a rug and a cape chong becomes an armchair etc.