New hanging chairs FLEXI SWING

31. 5. 2022

Bring playfulness to your company with the new FLEXI SWING swings! The original idea to hang FLEXI armchairs by Orlandini Design was conceived at Designblok 2021, by designer Václav Mlynář, the author of our installation at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague. We liked the idea so much that we decided to include it in our product range as an independent model.

You can choose from two options of the chair body. The FLEXI LOUNGE XL design provides support for the back and cervical spine thanks to its high backrest, while aficionados of subtler solutions will appreciate the FLEXI P armchair. And of course, there is a large range of available upholstery fabrics to choose from.

With a black metal structure, you will be able to suspend the swing really anywhere. Or would you rather anchor it directly to the ceiling? Then a model without the structure will be ideal for you, coming only with suspension cables.



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