The easy chair Spoon Low designed by Monica Förster is in many ways an easy piece of furniture: easy to move, easy to vary, easy to combine and easy to apply in different surroundings and environments. Spoon Low gives a tight impression, but is both comfortable and nice to sit in. The generous seat gives and embracing feeling with support for the arms, The back is covered with textile. The lines of the easy chair are emphasized by a piping in a reflecting material. The choice of material and form brings the mind to sports and movement. Spoon Low fit well into both public spaces and home environments. Several chairs around a table provide a nice venue for the smaller meeting, and alone it becomes comfortable reading corner or TV furniture. Despite the organic and tight form it has a soft expression, tastefully complementing furniture with straighter lines.
“The inspiration to the form originally came from Japanese spoons, thereof the name Spoon. Then the associations have gone to Asian food, energy, speed and wellness”, says Monica Förster.
“When I contemplate a project, I borrow from other parts of the world and let them meet in ‘our’ world. In Spoon Low I have let sport, health, functionalism and the new time’s activities such as yoga and Pilates meet. A light easy chair that reflects our time, where the whole human being’s wellness, both physical and psychological, is in focus”, says Monica Förster.
Optional footstool available.