Noble armchair inspired by the Willow Chair
The Tearoom Club Chair from Audo is a design by Scottish designer Nick Ross. In his work, he was inspired by Charles Rennie Mackintosh's Willow Chair, designed in 1904 for the Willow Tearooms in Glasgow. As with much of Mackintosh's furniture, the designer was much more concerned with sculptural aesthetics than comfort. Nick Ross saw untapped potential in the design and decided to develop the essence of the Willow Chair.
Luxurious armchair with soft curves
The result is an armchair with soft curves that represents minimalist luxury. Simple geometric shapes define the design, which fits both in the home dining room, as well as in the hospitality sector. A sturdy wooden construction with several layers of foam as well as reinforced with Nosag springs, provides a combination of robustness and comfort.
The classy armchair can stand on its own, be stylishly combined with a side table, or be integrated into an existing seating group. The Tearoom Club Chair is available in various fabrics, which can also be wonderfully combined with each other.