Set of cushions for Ingmar Relling Siesta chair low back -foam and cover- seat and back

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Set of cushions for Ingmar Relling Siesta chair low back -foam and cover- seat and back *Required step

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Set of cushions for Ingmar Relling Siesta chair low back   - foam and cover-  seat and back in one part.

Have a Siesta Chair that needs to be refreshed? These chairs have been around since 1965, and if your vintage chair has seen better days, give it a face-lift with some new parts.

All cushions are handmade and produced in Hjelle workshop in Norway and are compatible with vintage Siesta chairs from Westnofa furniture.

Replacement parts and hardware - legs, cords, canvas - are also available. Please contact us.

About Siesta production :

Siesta was first produced by Westnofa from 1965 to 2000. 

Then The production goes to Rybo from 2000 to 2014.

Hjelle bought the production rights from Rybo in 2014 and still produce it. 

Dimensions Width : 62 cm
Style Classique
Neuf
Origin Norway
Fournisseur Hjelle

Ingmar Relling

Ingmar Relling (1920-2002) was an impassioned designer who created a series of functional furniture designs during his long career. He started his career at Rastad & Relling design studio in 1947 before establishing his own studio in Sykkylven in 1950.

Today, he is considered as one of the greatest contributors to the golden era of Scandinavian Design. Simplicity, minimalism, elegance and uncompromising quality are key concepts in all of Relling’s designs.

 In 1965, Ingmar Relling designed his greatest creation: the Siesta chair. It earned him first prize at the Industry Council for Furniture and Furnishing Industry Chair competition the same year. Even the White House was furnished with Ingmar Relling’s Siesta. Today, the Siesta chair stands out as an internationally recognised classic and a Norwegian icon.