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Percy

Lounge Chair

Visually striking, yet beautifully simple

Introducing Percy, where only two elements marry to create a statement-making chair: the bold graphic outline of the frame and plush, cushioned upholstery.

Inspired by the simple and functional design of mid-century waiting room chairs with their uninterrupted flowing lines, this practical and playful lounge chair contrasts plush upholstery with a visually graphic metal frame. This curvaceous yet compact lounge chair offers a supportive and comfortable sit, encouraging you to take a moment to relax and unwind. The bold lines of the tubular frame provide a blank canvas for colour.

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Percy

Lounge Chair

Visually striking, yet beautifully simple

Introducing Percy, where only two elements marry to create a statement-making chair: the bold graphic outline of the frame and plush, cushioned upholstery.

Inspired by the simple and functional design of mid-century waiting room chairs with their uninterrupted flowing lines, this practical and playful lounge chair contrasts plush upholstery with a visually graphic metal frame. This curvaceous yet compact lounge chair offers a supportive and comfortable sit, encouraging you to take a moment to relax and unwind. The bold lines of the tubular frame provide a blank canvas for colour.

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Designed by

Nicole Marion

Nicole Marion is an independent furniture designer, based in Winnipeg, Canada. She has a passion for creating pieces that are not only beautiful, but functional and meaningful within the spaces they occupy. She developed a love for furniture design while earning a master’s degree in architecture at the University of Manitoba. Nicole began her career in the furniture industry in 2005, playing key roles within the product teams of several notable Canadian furniture companies. In 2018, Nicole established Studio Marion, and has acted as a Studio Instructor at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Manitoba.

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