Baltic Soft Duo

Baltic Soft Duo

Shell-shaped chair by Krystian Kowalski envelops the user providing comfort and cosiness through a soft upholstered cushion. The metal framework highlights the unique design. The chair feels at best when situated in hotel lobbies, cafes, and residential interiors.


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W:533mm  D:535mm  H:754mm
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Black semi-matt RAL 115
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€399.30 €330.00 gross
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Delivery time: 3-4 weeks
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Baltic Soft Duo

Comfort and cosiness

Soft cushion and upholstered finish enhance the comfort of use.


Modern design

Baltic fits both modern and classic style interiors.


Diversity of use

The universal design guarantees a variety of interior arrangement options.

The Baltic collection

Shell chairs defining the new realm of comfort.

Meet the family

The Baltic collection

Shell chairs defining the new realm of comfort.

Meet the family

Designer

Designer

Krystian Kowalski

As a hands-on designer my work process combines a full-scale models and prototypes with technology research and advance cad modelling. This methodical approach is focused on revealing the essence of each design. I believe experiencing the product is the only way to develop valuable furniture. Fundamentally I look at design as an exercise in creating value.

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