Referencing a classical artist easel and palette ‘Matisse’ has a quirky expression with its organic shaped seat and back. Warm clean and quiet design exemplifies this form with soft and familiar lines. Matisse has a ladder back frame turned in American Ash with upholstered shells in a range of Kvadrat textiles. The two irregular shaped shells can be orientated in numerous configurations giving each chair its own personality.
W 72 x D 80 x H 73 cm | Seat height: 38 cm
The Matisse Chair is custom made to order in a range of fabric colours, to choose the perfect colour and fabric weave for you please see the links below to the Kvadrat textiles and leather choices.
REMIX Fabric | 90% New Wool Worsted / 10% Nylon | view colour choices
CODA Fabric | 90% New Wool / 10% Nylon | view colour choices
DIVINA Fabric | 100% New Wool | view colour choices
HALLINGDAL Fabric | 70% New Wool / 30% Viscose | view colour choices
CL VERONA LEATHER | 100% Leather | view colour choices
The Matisse Chair can also be upholstered in another fabric of your choosing, please contact us for required meterage and white price.
The Matisse Chair is handcrafted in Sydney by Mr Frag, it has a lead time of 5-7 weeks.
Due to the size and fragile nature of the Matisse Chair freight can not be calculated at checkout. Upon receipt of your order a Design Hunter representative will secure you a freight quote. Collection or a local courier service is available for all Sydney metro areas whereas we will deliver your piece with a trusted furniture carrier or our international shipper for deliveries outside of Sydney or internationally.
ABOUT THE DESIGNER:
Frag Woodall is an industrial design graduate of The University of Technology Sydney. His design studio Mr.Fräg focuses on interiors and products such as furniture lighting and home-wares. The central ideas within his design philosophy are to allow the products to have functional honesty, material integrity and a sense of poetry, wit or humor which communicates and connects to people on a human level.
"But these are all individual elements that contribute to the design, it is storytelling that is the true artful activity that glues and binds together all the other elements. It is these ideals that I try to peruse and when they are present I feel that a design has more relatability and clarity".