AOYAMA Dining Armless Chair | Beech Wood
An armless dining chair with a wooden seat with a focus on a smart appearance and catered for comfort. Designed by Naoto Fukasawa in collaboration with Actus and made in Japan. *Discontinued but contact us for available showroom display pieces available at exclusive prices.
- W443 x D505 x H784 x SH436 mm
Famous designer Naoto Fukasawa, together with Maruni Woodworking who have been making woodworking furniture for nearly a century, made the "AOYAMA" from a project by three companies of Actus.
Aiming to become a standard wooden chair that everyone imagines, the chair AOYAMA, made by collecting the best of woodworking technology, has a goodness that makes you feel like you have seen somewhere.
The front uses the grain with beautiful vertical lines.
Generally, the arm of the chair is generally joined by the armrest, but in AOYAMA, the leg is attached with a dowel attached vertically to make the leg longer. Therefore, giving it a smart and clean design.
Also, the frame of the chair does not have the same thickness. The legs are thin and the centre is finished with a slightly thick and gentle curve. The sheet is made of moulded plywood with a thickness of 8 mm to appear thin and light, like floating in the air. In addition, a slight bending is applied to soften the hit to the backboard.
The backrest leans back more than a normal chair. The backrest border is warm and comfortable under the back scapula and attracts a relaxed posture.
* The back legs of AOYAMA have an amazingly complicated structure to support the backrest inclination. It is hard work to make this shape by machine cutting, not bending.
The seating surface draws a curve that gently wraps up, and the seating surface is a three-dimensional process that gently supports the back of the thigh when sitting. In spite of the thin seat, it achieves a stable sitting comfort.