Almost Furniture’s New Armchair

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The same elegant design, now with extra comfort.

Based in Sofia, Bulgaria, Almost Furniture made waves when it launched its first collection with a surreal photo series, which we wrote about here. The brand’s in-house design projects have already gained recognition, with awards received from the European Product Design Awards and the A’ Design Award. Now, the contemporary furniture design company has released a new version of the popular 4th Armchair. Inspired by the structural rhythm of Japanese pagodas, the seating features the same distinctive silhouette. A contemporary take on classic furniture, the armchair combines expert craftsmanship with refinement as well as complementing elements and sculptural forms.

The backrest and seat rest upon the solid wood frame. Tapered, angled legs create a contrast between the bold straight lines and the elegant curves of the upper section. Hidden from view, the screws keep the stylish look of the design intact. A new synthetic leather cushion enhances the feeling of comfort of the ergonomic seat. At the same time, it provides the opportunity to brighten up the armchair. Made with form pressed plywood and solid wood legs, the 4th Armchair boasts a clear lacquer and acrylic paint finishes.

Both full-body coloring and dual-tone options are available. Neutral versions include Pitch Black, Porcelain White, and Fossil Gray. The more vibrant options feature Garnet Red, Ocean Blue, and Deep Green colors. Regardless of colorway, the designer armchair blends into a wide range of spaces seamlessly, from living rooms to home offices. Photographs© Almost Furniture.

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