Jaime Hayon & &Tradition's
Catch Chair JH1
We love the way this chair welcomes us with open arms. Jaime Hayon's inaugural entry for Copenhagen-based makes a statement both physically and aesthetically. The playful graphic serpentine shape is counterbalanced by the well-balanced, sturdy legs. Shell is made from molded polyurethane foam with a metal frame and glass fiber reinforcements, then covered in cold cured foam. A wide range of upholstery option are available in leather or textile from Camira, Gabriel, Kvadrat, CA-MO. Two different options for the legs: white oiled oak or stained black oak.
Jaime is a rock star in the modern design arena, having collaborated with Bosa Ceramiche, Camper, Lladro and a host of interior and architectural work around the world. He brings a signature whimsy to his work, yet always considering that design is also about living with the stuff. What we love most about Jaime is his design ethos: it's about creating happiness. We couldn't agree more.
23" w x 23" d x 35" h (58x58x90cm)
Armrest: 27" h (68cm)
Seat: 18" h (45cm)
Legs: Oak with clear lacquer or black stain
Fabric Group 1: Remix 123 or 163
Fabric Group 2: Remix, Hot
Fabric Group 3: Hallingdal, Divina, Divina Melange, Divina MD, Steelcut, Steelcut Trio
Fabric Group 4: Balder. CA-MO/Kvadrat: Sierra on back and Steelcut on front
Fabric Group 5: Coda
Leather 1: CA-MO: Sierra Pigmented
Leather 2: CA-MO: Silk Aniline