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Matt Blatt Jan Ekselius Etcetera Lounge Chair and Ottoman Replica (Green)

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Matt Blatt Jan Ekselius Etcetera Lounge Chair and Ottoman Replica (Green)

A sculptural marvel.

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This iconic chair and ottoman, designed by contemporary artist Jan Ekselius in the 70s, blurs the line between art and furniture and will take pride of place as a sculptural centrepiece.

  • Iconic Etcetera chair and ottoman
  • True to Jan Ekselius’ original design
  • Luxurious woolen fabric upholstery
  • Plush foam cushioning
  • Fluid organic lines
  • Durable steel frame

The iconic, retro Matt Blatt Jan Ekselius Etcetera Lounge Chair and Ottoman Replica (Green) will transform any living space into a small gallery worthy of a ticketed entry.

Furniture as art

One of the most coveted pieces of furniture to come out of the 1970s, this bold and wonderful design was originally created for Ekselius’ students at the Royal College of Art, London. It has been a collectors piece ever since.

Style without compromising comfort

This piece has remained popular for decades because of its superior comfort that doesn’t compromise on looks. Relax and recline in style for years to come.

About Jan Ekselius

Ekselius is an established contemporary artist who was born in Sweden in the 1940s. His work is heavily influenced by minimalist movements in the mid-century and pop-art from the 60s onwards in London and greater Europe.

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