Designed by Tim Rundle for SP01, the Shu-Ying Armchair takes cues from the art deco architecture of Shanghai. Combining slightly slouchy upholstery with a structured slender frame, the chair is both elegant and versatile, ideal for a wide range of spaces. More than 70 upholstery options are available, and the steel tube frame can be powder-coated satin black or metallic lacquered in brass or pewter.
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