The Utility Armchair enhances the signature elegance of the classic Windsor silhouette with thoughtful, ergonomic details to create a comfortable, classic armchair that is both beautiful and practical. Designed by Lucian Ercolani in 1945, the iconic Utility Armchair is an appealing merger of industrialization and thoughtful, emphatic design, imparting an innate sense of comfort and practicality that is both seen and felt.
Meticulously crafted and honed to minimalistic perfection, the Utility Armchair boasts a classic Windsor backrest with six, finely-carved spindles and supportive arm rests. A smooth, steam-bent ash bow encases the spindle structure, creating an elegant, sweeping arc that unites the chair’s design elements in a simple, harmonious curve. Forged in solid ash timber, the Utility Chair is available in many finishes, including a warm natural Dead Matt finish and the new Modern Tones series of colours by Christian Møller Andersen.
Material: Solid wood, available with a natural ash or colour stained finish.
Sizes:Height: 92cm x Width: 64cm x Depth: 55cm (Seat Height: 45cm)
Delivery Time:Around 8 weeks
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Lucian ErcolaniLucian Randolph Ercolani was an Italian furniture designer born in St Angelo in Tuscany, Italy. In later life he emigrated to London with his family. He began his career in furniture manufacture with the Salvation Army joinery department, later joining Frederick Parker. He went on to form Ercol in 1920.