Dimensions

Depth 59 cm
Height 80.5 cm
Seat height 44.5 cm

Materials

Base material Steel Rod
Fabric LN5320
Frame finish Sand

Specification

Volume 0.26 m3
Year of design 2017

Resources

Lightweight, elegant lounge chair suitable for both indoor and outdoor use in either public or private areas.

The frame on which the cushions rest is divided into two parts which, when separated, decrease the volume and considerably reduce packaging. Painted galvanised steel rod frame. To enhance its relaxation capacity, the lounge chair can be completed with a comfortable pouf/footrest, which can also be used as an occasional chair.


Ilkka Suppanen

Ilkka Suppanen was born in Kotka, Finland, where he studied Architecture at the Technical University of Helsinki and Interior and Furniture Design at the University of Art and Design Helsinki. In 1995 he founded the Studio Suppanen in Helsinki. The Studio develops integrated strategic design projects in the areas of interior and product design, concept design and architecture. Ilkka Suppanen works on both architecture and design. Since 1996 he has taught design at the University of Art and Design of Helsinki. He has held courses and lectured at several universities, including Harvard, and is one of the most renowned contemporary Finnish designers. Ilkka Suppanen has also received numerous international awards including, recently, the Swedish Bruno Mathsson Prize and the top prize in the Red Dot Award: the Best of the Best . In 1997 he founded the Snowcrash design cooperative along with three colleagues, and in the same year the Snowcrash team won the Young Designer of the Year Award in Germany and the Young Finland Award. Suppanen’s work has been exhibited in numerous shows worldwide including the Venice Architecture Biennale and MoMA in New York. His works have been widely covered in reviews by the international press and in numerous publications; they can be admired in permanent collections at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, the Museum of Applied Arts in Cologne, the Georges Pompidou Centre and other exhibition venues. Suppanen currently continues to work from his studio where he creates projects for clients all over the world.


B-LINE has been manufacturing contract and home furniture since 1999.