Design by Patrick Norguet, 2005.
What defines mass? When you sit in the Boson, you get a lesson in physics. Because the Boson is named after the Higgs Boson — an elementary particle that imparts mass to other particles. Bosons were discovered in the nineteen-sixties but have never been observed. And this inspired Patrick Norguet to design the Boson Lounge. The plastic layer has been reduced in thickness as much as possible so as to achieve a functional balance. And where the visual mass stops, the lightness of Boson begins. Also available, is a coordinating ottoman which provides extra comfort (sold separately).
This armless lounger features a chrome stem, polished aluminum disc base and polyurethane shell. Select Black or White shell, then select from an extensive palette of hundreds of fabric and leather options to complement your modern living space.
Returns: No returns are accepted on this product.
Material(s): Metal, polyurethane, aluminum, chrome, foam and fabric (content dependent on textile/leather selection)
Dimensions: 42.5" H x 33.5" D x 35" W x 16.5" SH
Designer: Patrick Norguet
Norguet made his breakthrough as a designer at the end of the 1990's. Norguet is celebrated for designing the interior of the Renault showroom and the Lancel shop on the Champs-Elysées in Paris. Various museums around the world have included products designed by him in their collections. In 2009, the international design magazine Wallpaper voted him "Furniture Designer of the Year".View other products by Patrick Norguet
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