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Pavil­ion Lounge Chair

c. 2018/2019

by Anderssen & Voll
for &Tradition

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Shown here is Pavil­ion Lounge Chair AV6.

Pavil­ion Lounge Chair

by Anderssen & Voll
for  &Tradition

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The Pavil­ion lounge chair appears almost like a rope that’s come undone. The gentle curves of the wood veneer back and seat create a lyrical rhythm that contin­ues with the steel tube arms and legs. It’s slightly angled back, with a wider seat for loung­ing in comfort makes the design unique among other lounge chairs. The option of an uphol­stered seat is avail­able in versions AV6 and AV11.

The name draws its inspi­ra­tion from the modernist archi­tec­ture of the Langelinie Pavil­ion over­look­ing the Copen­hagen water­front, which subse­quently led Ander­ssen & Voll to bring their own fresh take on modernism with the Pavil­ion series.

Given its open, airy aesthetic and the advan­tage of being a stack­able chair, the Pavil­ion lounge chair is partic­u­larly appeal­ing to the contract market, as well as the private sector. You can easily envi­sion any number of lounge chairs filling a space – in a lyrical design that won’t over­whelm the space.


Anderssen & Voll


Based in Oslo, partners Torbjørn Anderssen and Espen Voll have been instrumental in putting Norway on the global design map ever since they joined forces in 2009. Anderssen & Voll have received numerous international awards for their work within furniture, lighting and home accessories, including the Wallpaper* Magazine Award, the Red Dot and IF Awards, as well as other accolades for Best Designs and Best Designers of the year. Rather than be defined and confined to a specific way of being, Anderssen & Voll prefer to be open and approach each new project with a feeling of freedom. They develop emotionally-driven designs. Their overall desire is to create designs with souls. To animate something inanimate.

“We’re not dogmatic about it,” says Anderssen and Voll. “We’re quite open. We start designing and watch the piece take on its own personality. It’s almost like breathing life into it.” It’s an ideal approach for tackling a project for Copenhagen’s Langelinie Pavilion, a multi-functional emporium of experiences housed in a modernist building designed in the late 50s. Embracing yet breaking with the tenants of modernism, the Pavilion chair is fluid, graceful and elegant. A stackable tube chair with a beautiful bent plywood base and seat. “We wanted to bridge the old and the new with a curvaceous chair as opposed to the typical rigid lines you often find,” adds Anderssen & Voll. “With its slim lines flowing through the air, it’s a bit poetic. Almost like a delicate rope that came undone.”

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