Lox – Swivel Chair by PearsonLloyd for Walter Knoll

Thu, Nov 4, 2010


After several joint projects ‘Lox’ is the most recent result of the collaboration between the British designers PearsonLloyd and the German manufacturer Walter Knoll. Composed of a plastic shell, optionally upholstered, and two different bases, a four-star or a tubular steel base, the swivel chair is an all-rounder for lounging and dining, conferencing and contract.

For more information, please visit the website of Walter Knoll and PearsonLloyd.

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  6. Julio Garcia Says:

    Hello design lovers!
    I recently visited London and I came across a beautiful furniture showroom called Chaplins, which had Knoll, Gandia Blasco, B&B… amongst other lovely brands… I bought a lovely Terzani lamp. Check out their website http://www.chaplins.co.uk it’s really nice!

  7. Maurine Norcia Says:

    Commercial furniture are designed and manufactured for commercial facilities such as offices, restaurants, lobbies contract furniture, etc is manufactured or supplied by a specific contract, but a much broader term. However, for a layman contract furniture and commercial furniture terms often used interchangeably.

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