Sit down, lean back
Soft Lounge Chair is generous in its character, size and materiality. The soft back and seat curves embodies an honest design language in which all parts are visible and a part of the experience. The result is great comfort and seating ergonomics that support an indulgent moment of repose.
Slow craft meets modern tech
Soft Lounge Chair shows an intelligent application of molded veneer, rendering it like a cloth that surrounds the solid-ash construction. The double curves serve to strengthen the overall construction.
Soft Lounge Chair is designed through TAKT’s Eco System Design principles and are shipped component based as flat packs. We can pack 5 to 7 times more products in the same volume and therefore minimise CO2e emissions during transportation. Soft Lounge Chair is eco-certified and produced using wood from sustainable forests and the full supply chain is certified. It is constructed for disassembly, meaning that all components are replaceable and worn parts can be replaced. Comes with a five-year warranty.
Danish Design Award 2020
The Jury says: “The chair is an excellent example of the future furniture industry and furniture design.”
Dezeen Awards 2020
The Jury says: ”It’s a beautifully detailed project with a soft, neutral palette. It comes in a flat-pack, which makes this chair a winner”
Soft Lounge Chair is made of solid ash or oak. The wood’s beautiful structure helps support the chair’s soft shapes, and its natural variation between dark and light reflect seasonal changes, giving an honest and organic look and feel.
The surface is treated with natural white-pigmented oil and water based lacquer. This treatment allows the wood to develop a characterful patina over time, and will also enable you to easily repair damage to the surface by applying light sandpaper and a new oil treatment – again and again.
All of our products are FSC-certified. FSC-certified forrests are given time to naturally regenerate, local wildlife is sustained and worker conditions are balanced.
We designers have a role to challenge the materials, production, processes, and people so that we can help develop and maintain modern craftsmanship.Thomas Bentzen