Created with a highly pleasing design language, the three key pieces from the 375 chair collection is an appreciative nod to class and elegance.
Elegance comes in many different forms. With the 375 collection, the definition of elegance and sophistication is reinterpreted into Walter Knoll’s distinctive aesthetic that is reminiscent of opulent endeavours in the most memorable settings. Three chairs from this series – the 375 Relaxchair, the Lady’s Chair 375 and 375 Barstool are showstoppers in their own ways, each conjuring its own story of design finesse.
The 375 Relaxchair is a superb example of the collection’s aspirations. A chair that’s both a companion piece and a standout showpiece, the 375 Relaxchair beckons attention no matter where it is placed. Created with a generous shape that evokes different cosy seating possibilities, the chair also features a channel tufting in the back to cocoon heads and shoulders.
375 is also about form and function. Petite in stature, simplistic in form, 375 Armchair infuses elegance and charm with its light-footed frame. Made in 1957, this demure chair is presumably inspired by intimate tête-à-têtes in mid-century salons.
On the other hand, whenever mid-century modern comfort is called for, the plush 375 Barstool is perfectly at home in contemporary cocktail bars, trendy apartments or wherever a touch of salon luxe is desired.
From the chairs’ inspired forms to their unmistakable beauty, the 375 chair collection is undeniably poised for upscale lobbies and social spaces. At Hotel The Fontenay, Hamburg, Germany, 375 Armchairs and Barstools grace the hotel’s sixth floor bar, setting off a glamorous vibe against the hotel’s panoramic backdrop. Over in the Art Deco-influenced Bar Joséphine at Hotel Lutetia, Paris, France, 375 Barstools complement the mirror structure that makes up the ultra-contemporary bar.