Stunning contemporary design with a nod to the past. This classically inspired armchair has been translated by JORI into sunny seating comfort with a touch of optimism. Bloom’s elegant lines have been recognised with the Design and Design International Award.
The ‘bloom chair’ was inspired by the natural bloom of a flower, the petals unfolding into their soft, elegant, and perfectly balanced shape. These natural, pure and elegant shapes are coated with organic material and supported by a veneer chalice. You can choose between two bases: a central rotating four toes base in polished aluminium or two tubular steel feet. The result is a comfortable lounge chair that will actually embrace you. Built durably and with an eye for detail, this chair is a unique and perfect timeless solution, as well as an ode to natural beauty!
Young British talent
David Fox (1974) is a British designer, who won several design awards. In 2013 he won The Design and Design International Award with the JORI armchair Bloom. In 2011 he won The Good Design Award Chicago, additionally the Red Dot Product Design Award (2011). In 2009 the FX International Award Product Designer of the Year, an accolade that has been won by some of Europe`s finest designers. Since establishing his studio in 2002, he has collaborated with some globally recognised brands, in the contract seating sector. His forms are simple in their aesthetic, promoting balance and refinement, a purist approach that has led him to national and international success.
- Armchair available with outer shell in leather, fabric, walnut or oak veneer.
- Available in leather, fabric and microfibre.
- Choice covering : uni or combi innerside/outerside - leather/leather, fabric/fabric, leather/fabric, fabric/leather, leather/wood or fabric/wood.
- Choice foot : 4-star swivelbase alu high-gloss or tubular feet in chrome high-gloss or black laquered. Optional other fine textured JORI standard lacquers.
- Frame : wood bending
- 2D and 3D images for visualization are available on our website.
- Seating furniture with removable covers (to be done by an industrial third party)