10th January 2016
Unnia is a new collection of chairs designed by Simon Pengelly with customisation and durability at its heart. The chair allows for the combination of different colours, finishes and upholstery to create individual and customised looks to perfectly compliment a space.
Available in twelve beautifully finished polypropylene shells as seen below with upholstered seat and back options, the combinations are limitless when creating a look and style to perfectly match your space.
The collection offers a range of bases including the classic four leg base, sled, trestle and castor bases with and without arms. These multiple option allow for a great diversity of uses in areas such as dining, conference and office.
If custom upholstery, multiple seating colours and frame shapes weren’t enough, the Unnia collection also has a selection of nine frame finishes ranging from rich chocolate, vibrant mustard or classic chrome.
About the designer – Simon Pengelly was born in Henley in the UK in 1967. When he was eight he started making furniture in his father’s furniture workshop and won a prize for cabinetmaking at the age of 15. He went on to study at Rycotewood College and Kingston Polytechnic. Pengelly started his professional career as a designer at Conran Design Group. Moving on to Habitat’s design team in 1990 and later coordinating the design and development of their furniture range as a freelancer in the late 90’s. Pengelly set up his London based studio in 1993 and the studio now works for renowned firms in the UK, Spain, Italy, Holland, Scandinavia and the United States. Pengelly’s understanding of how people use and relate to the objects around them and his affinity with materials and manufacturing processes, combined with a passionate desire to create production furniture with ‘soul’, has resulted in award–winning furniture that contains a wonderful mix of understated design, timeless spirit and clever engineering
Discover the various configurations that River Snake stools can form- your imagination is the only...
Luca Fornasarig explains the genesis of the HDS 1.1.