Hunk Lounge Chair with Armrests

Hunk Lounge Chair with Armrests

by Kwangho Lee

2.249€ Unit price 2.999€ Sale price

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Hunk Lounge Chair with Armrests by Kwangho Lee - Hem
The elemental block-like form of the Hunk armchair is especially characteristic of designer Kwangho Lee. In fact, the Hunk Chair is extra in every way. With exaggerated proportions, a profile so chunky it would make The Flintstones blush, and a ground-breaking construction made entirely from natural materials, Hunk is a whole lot of easy seating and conscientious furniture design. Although geometric in form, the chair’s deep natural upholstery is made for melting into - natural latex and coco mat provide extreme cushioning whilst a fine boucle textile creates a super soft finish. Hunk is destined for lounging greatness.

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In the studio: Kwangho Lee
In the studio: Kwangho Lee

The Hunk Lounge Chair and Glyph Side Table, mark our first collaboration with Seoul-based designer Kwangho Lee. The elemental block-like form of the Hunk Chair is a ground-breaking construction made entirely from natural materials, while the Glyph Side Tables are like small sculptures punctuating a living space. The Hunk Chair and Glyph Side Tables are both an elegant balance of soft curves and crisp lines, available in a range of different colors, and can be mixed and matched together!

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Designed by Kwangho Lee

Kwangho Lee

Kwangho Lee lives and works in Seoul, South Korea, having received his Bachelor of Arts in 2007 from Hongik University, majoring in Metal Art & Design.

Making things by hand was a great joy as a child, reminding him of his grandfather who, a farmer himself, constantly made daily household goods from natural materials found nearby. Lee appreciated the way he looked at everyday objects and thus began to approach things in similar ways; to give new meaning and function to the most ordinary. Today, as Lee continuously presents new series of works, he develops his practice by discovering moments of materials joining another.

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