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Utility Lounge Chair
Stellar Works & Neri&Hu
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Ash + Fabric Group C: $1,312
Ash + Fabric Group B: $1,502
Ash + Fabric Group A: $1,682
Ash + Leather Group C: $1,582
Ash + Leather Group B: $1,752
Ash + Leather Group A: $1,892
Walnut + Fabric Group C: $1,472
Walnut + Fabric Group B: $1,652
Walnut + Fabric Group A: $1,812
Walnut + Leather Group C: $1,712
Walnut + Leather Group B: $1,912
Walnut + Leather Group A: $2,012
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Melding an industrial mien with East/West influences, Utility Lounge Chair offers a refreshing take on minimalism. With curving solid-wood legs, brass-finished framework and an ergonomically shaped upholstered seat and back. Stellar Works creative directors Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu find an inviting balance of design elements, underscored by unstinting craftsmanship.

  • 33" h x 27.5" w x 28.5" d (83.5x70.1x72.4cm)
  • Seat height: 15" (38.5cm)
  • Fabric Group C: Revive 1, Medley, Diamond, Manhattan, Linen
  • Fabric Group B: Remix, Synergy, Umami, Lamous
  • Fabric Group A: Hallingdal, Divina Melange, Steelcut Trio
  • Leather Group C: Caress, Saddle
  • Leather Group B: Crystal, Milano
  • Leather Group A: Newcastle
  • Solid wood legs, steel brass finish, leather or textile upholstery
  • Branded box

Craftsmanship is at the heart of Stellar Works since a couple of design enthusiasts from France and Japan launched the line in 2013. Operations benefit from Japanese management, while the craftsmanship draws on premium European furniture practices and technical proficiency that comes with the brand’s own state-of-the-art factory in Shanghai, China.

Because Stellar Works controls end to end, it takes great pride in abiding to Japan’s Four-Star standards—the most stringent in the industry worldwide—offering transparency regarding the sourcing of every material, be it leather, metal or fabric, along with ensuring that all woods come from FSC-certified forests. 

The line’s urbane sense of materials, colorways and forms is a reflection of a global roster that includes New York designer-architect David Rockwell, Toronto’s Yabu Pushelberg, Copenhagen’s Space Copenhagen and Monaco-based Humbert & Poyet—along with an exacting Asian lens by appointing Chinese duo Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu—widely known as Neri&Hu—as creative directors for the brand.