Swedish furniture company Massproductions has a decade-long history of manufacturing appreciated furniture with a focus on quality and longevity. Their latest armchair Jump is no exception.
The Jump chair has a seat that appears to float in the supporting slim steel frame, and the armrest, backrest and seat are all elegantly connected by the steel frame. This construction enables a removable upholstery which can be washed or replace, meaning that your Jump chair can live for decades without looking dull.
— Jump’s armrests are particularly interesting for the design. It is the only part of the chair that comes into direct contact with the body. I chose wood for its warmth and tactility. I gave the armrest a soft shape to give the skin’s contact points a soothing and calming feeling, says Chris Martin, Designer-in-Chief and Co-Founder of Massproductions.
The chair can be clad in any textile possible, and the steel frame comes in colour options of black or blue-green. The armrest options are oiled oak or oiled walnut made from FSCcertified wood.
Jump is presented in the exhibition “In Eddie’s Room” which takes place from
2 October - 9 November in Kasthall’s flagship store in central Stockholm.