LOVEGROVE SPRITE STACKING

Designed by Ross Lovegrove - Knoll

Ross Lovegrove is known in the design industry for integrating aspects of high-technology with more traditional design ideas in order to create objects that are as much a piece of art as they are a functional component of the modern environment. His portfolio includes several notable projects, including the design of the Sony Walkman and work with Apple computers.

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Lovegrove worked as an in-house designer for Knoll International in Paris in the 1980s, when he played a major role in the development of the Alessandri Office System. Lovegrove also designed the company’s playful take on the plywood stacking chair, known as the Sprite Stacking Chair, in 2004. In 2007, Lovegrove again designed for Knoll, this time with the Lovegrove Collection, a playful celebration of form and material. The collection includes the Lovegrove Round Table, Lovegrove Table Desk and Lovegrove Tri-Oval Table, which share an expressive base structure of bent tubing.

Description

Designed by Ross Lovegrove, the Sprite Stacking Chair is inspired by elements from the natural world, reshaped into futuristic forms. Arms available in wood or black urethane pads.

Dimensions

22” W x 22” D x 32” H, Seat Height: 17″

Materials & Options

  • Leg finish: Chrome
  • Finishes: Maple (Rotary maple); Exotic Alpi and Veneers (Beech, cherry, walnut, Zebra, Macasser ebony or black & white woodgrain); Paint (Black, grey, lime, navy, red or white)
  • Seat cushions feature black buttons to ensure proper stacking
  • Seat pads are constructed of high-resilient urethane foam, upholstered in select Knoll Textiles or
  • Spinneybeck leathers

Contact Us

Contact Hollace Cluny for more information at 416 968 7894 or send us an inquiry.
  • 245 Davenport Rd.
    First Floor
    Toronto, ON
    M5R 1K1
  • Showroom is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. Saturdays by appointment only. Sundays closed.

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LOVEGROVE SPRITE STACKING

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