Esedra Lounge Chair
Especially popular during the Roman Empire, an exedra is a semi-circular recess, seen in walls, colonnades and sometimes benches. The Esedra Lounge Chair brings this classical feature into the present day. Wider than the armchair variant, the lounge chair has a row of smaller cushions that supplement the upholstered backrest for extra lumbar support. The juxtaposition of fabric, metal legs and a synthetic fibre backrest gives the Esedra Lounge Chair a unique and elegant visual language.