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1960s-inspired Leolux Pallone chair

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Inspired by the 60s and produced in the 1980s, the Leolux Pallone chair still catches the eye today.

Designer Roy de Scheemaker was apparently inspired by Goldfinger, Barbarella and vintage comic strips when creating the chair – and that ‘larger than life’ look is immediately evident.  You can relax in this ‘floating cushion’ or you can use it backwards should you want to sit upright. And even when it’s not in use, it’s going to get your guests talking.

As you might expect, not cheap – you’ll have to pay from £1,250 to get one in your home.

Find out more at the FCI website

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