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David Linley St Moritz chair

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According to the blurb on the David Linley website, the St Moritz chair gets its name from the "sweeping lines of the ski tracks on the curving slopes". And it almost certainly gets a hefty dose of inspiration from classic design from the late 50s/early 60s.

This occasional chair has concave arms and seat, with support from a grey steel frame. And it’s comfortable – thanks to 288 individual micro springs, which should also help to keep the shape. There’s also polished brass detailing on the end of the walnut arms and on the feet to protect hard floor surfaces.

Available to order online, prices start at £1750.

Find out more at the David Linley website

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