Pippin Chair by NaughtOne

The First of its Kind

Pippin is Naughtone’s first flexible, mobile lounge chair with a strong, sustainable agenda.

Not only is Pippin environment-friendly, but it also promotes comfort and relaxation, all while encouraging social interaction.

Pippin, designed for NaughtOne by Lucy Kurrein, is the moveable lounge chair with a playful cone-shaped silhouette and a comfortable cupped sit that encourages people to gather where they like and stay awhile when they do.

Compact yet solid and stable, its hidden wheels and a fashion-inspired stap handle (both optional) make it easy to slide Pippin to where it’s needed.

Move it, twist it, turn it – connecting has never been so much fun.

The moveable Pippin lounge chair by NaughtOne is built for longevity but designed for sustainability.

The zip on, zip off cover makes cleaning or reupholstering a cinch whilst its ingenious inner casing is free from glues so easy to disassemble at the end of its life.

Not that you’ll be repurposing it anytime soon: as with all their products, NaughtOne stand behind the Pippin with their industry-leading ten-year warranty.

Strong and Simple in Shape

Deliberately relaxed upholstery adds depth to colors and fabrics, with additional foam sewn into cover for heightened level of comfort.

MEET THE DESIGNER

Lucy Kurrien

Lucy Kurrein is an award-winning British furniture designer specializing in upholstered seating. Her work combines the rigor of industrial manufacturing with an intuitive approach to form and reference to historical design. Lucy is dedicated to the tactility and behavior of materials and has established a reputation for designing furniture with a refined silhouette and soft feel. Lucy founded her independent design practice in 2013 after a decade of working with leading designers and consultancies in London. From her studio in Paris, she collaborates with established, international furniture manufacturers on designs for the workplace and home.

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