Max Dylan Reeve has collaborated with furniture manufacturer Tom Faulkner to design the Easy Chair. Comprising four leather padded discs for the back, seat and arms, the Easy Chair is mounted on a steel frame, available in a selection of finishes, including gun metal, black and white. Billed as offering a ‘sculptural simplicity’ the chair retails at £2000 and is available from Tom Faulkner’s showroom at Exmouth Market in London’s Clerkenwell.
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