Vitra Grand Relax Lounge Chair & Ottoman Fabric

The Vitra Grand Relax Lounge Chair in Fabric designed by Antonio Citterio is a luxurious reclining lounge chair combining outstanding comfort with compact dimensions and a classic understated aesthetic.

  • Materials:Moulded polyurethane foam with a plastic frame and integrated synchronised mechanism with locking device. Four-star swivel base in die-cast aluminium, polished or powder-coated finish. Seat cushion chambers filled with polyurethane foam lozenges and ball fibres. Backrest and neck cushion chambers filled with polyurethane foam cubes and a mix of goose feathers and down. Front covered in a choice Vitra fabrics and back covered in Vitra Leather Forte (Deco)
  • Dimensions:
  • Lounge Chair Low - Height: 101cm (seat height: 41.5cm) x Width: 57.5cm x Depth: 81cm
  • Lounge Chair High - Height: 106cm (seat height: 46.5cm) x Width: 57.5cm x Depth: 81cm
  • Ottoman Low - Height: 39.5cm x Width: 61.5cm x Depth: 61.5cm
  • Ottoman High - Height: 44.5cm x Width: 61.5cm x Depth: 61.5cm
  • Delivery Time: Around 10 weeks
  • View the available fabrics and the Leather Forte Colours:
  • *** On ordering please select the fabric/leather combination from the dropdown and then in the notes section of the order just type in the colour of the fabric you want, otherwise we will get in touch with you to confirm ***
  • *** If you need samples of the fabrics or leather, click the "Help & Advice" button below to email us and list the fabric samples you require, let us have your address and we will send out to you ***
Designed By

Antonio Citterio was born in the Italian city of Meda in 1950. He opened his own studio in 1972 and completed his degree in architecture at the Polytechnic University of Milan in 1975. He has created some modern masterpieces with companies such as Kartell, Vitra, Flos and many more. In his long career he has been awarded numerous awards, including the Compasso d'Oro in 1987 and 1995. He was named 'Royal Designer for Industry' by the London-based Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce in 2008.