Fritz Hansen Fri Lounge Chair Dark Grey Fabric Aluminium Legs

Fritz Hansen Fri Lounge Chair Dark Grey Fabric Aluminium Legs

Fritz Hansen Fri Lounge Chair Dark Grey Fabric Aluminium Legs

Model: 146231
  • GBP 2615.00

Created by Spanish designer Jaime Hayon for Fritz Hansen, the Fri Lounge Chair is upholstered in bold upholstery. The armchair is incredibly comfortable thanks to the soft foam backrest that is specially designed for ergonomics. Brushed aluminium legs complete the design and lend it a modern aesthetic.

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