Crown Armchair

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The Crown Armchair is cleverly constructed, with a playful element to it. It’s backrests are perched on the armrests, seemingly unsupported but in fact relying on a strong, concealed steel joint.

 

Crown’s distinct design gives it open transparent surfaces, and creates new expressions depending on its placement in the room. This comfortable chair suits just as well around the desk or conference table, as the dining table.

Crown Armchair

from 1 311 

The Crown Armchair is cleverly constructed, with a playful element to it. It’s backrests are perched on the armrests, seemingly unsupported but in fact relying on a strong, concealed steel joint.

 

Crown’s distinct design gives it open transparent surfaces, and creates new expressions depending on its placement in the room. This comfortable chair suits just as well around the desk or conference table, as the dining table.

Color
Kvadrat - Silas 114
Kvadrat - Silas 454
Kvadrat - Silas 754
Romo Ruskin - Nori 7757/33
Romo Ruskin - Shell 7757/03
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Widght: 581 mm / 22.87 inch
Depth: 564 mm / 22.2 inch
Height: 829 mm / 32.64 inch
Seat Height: 450 mm / 17.72 inch
Weight: 15.3 kg

  • Year of release: 2015
  • Designer: Chris Martin

Maintain your upholstery by vacuuming it regularly with a soft upholstery attachment. Try to avoid placing fabric in direct sunlight, and use curtains and blinds to protect your furniture when possible. Try to avoid spot cleaning, but if necessary try blotting the spot with a paper towel or clean white cloth. Avoid rubbing as this will create a larger stain. If further care is required, please check the specific cleaning requirements of your fabric to ensure that the appropriate method is used, this will ensure no further damage and the best possible removal of any stain.

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  • Width: 581 mm / 22.87 inch
  • Length: 564 mm / 22.2 inch
  • Height: 829 mm / 32.64 inch
  • Weight: 15.5 kg / 34.17 lb
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Packaging for this product is FSC certified. Massproductions are also connected and contribute to FTI, the Swedish collection system for recycling packaging to support the recycling industry. Valid Product data sheets from our sub suppliers for the upholstery materials included in this product verify that no phthalates/softeners and adhesives do not contain or exceed safety limits of hazardous chemicals I,e formaldehyde.

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Massproductions co-operates with stringently selected sub suppliers. The selection is made by a management member personally visiting and auditing the supplier to confirm that the factory fulfills the terms in accordance with Swedish sustainability and quality label ‘Möbelfakta’. These social responsibility terms assure the conditions prevailing production and relates to human rights, labour law issues, environment and corruption.

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This product has been tested and certified in accordance with European furniture standards. These standards specify requirements for Surface durability, dimensions, stability, safety, strength and durability for domestic and contract use. High cycle test methods covered by the standards include stability, strength under vertical force, strength under horizontal force, fatigue under force, impact, drop test, surface resistance to scratches and liquids. Please see downloads for full test results and certificates.

Crown Armchair

“I decided to go for sharper corners to be deliberately unfashionable – everything was soft and smooth at the time. It gave it a more tailored look.”
- Chris Martin

Crown Armchair collection

About the collection

When designing the Crown collection, Massproductions Co-founder and Designer-in-Chief Chris Martin, wanted to streamline the process of producing an upholstered chair by reducing it to only four moulded panels. 

The backrests are perched on top of the armrests, seemingly unsupported but in fact relying on a strong, concealed steel joint. The construction gives the impression that the backrest floats above the armrests, and allows an open back design.

“We didn’t have a name for the product, and at one point the factory owner picked up the backrest for assembly. I said “it’s time to put the hat on” to which he replied “no, this is a crown”. He placed the crown on the shoulders of the chair. It was like a coronation; we knew instantly that we found the right name for it.” Chris Martin