Durlet Spin Armchair by Alfredo Haberli

It should be small and compact, the new armchair for Durlet from Belgium. The result of the cooperation between Durlet and designer Alfredo Haberli is really impressive. Here the designer formally embarks on totally new approaches and with this model has even fulfilled his own personal wish. Because, in his opinion, there has up to now been a complete lack of small seating units for everyday routine – as complements to the sofa, combined with a table in the waiting area or as a duo in a long corridor. Striking features are the clear style and skillfully applied design characteristics such as the over-hanging, soft seating area in contrast to the frame’s striking H-shape.

Designer: Alfredo Haberli [ Manufacturer: Durlet ]

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  • p says:

    wow, this looks very nice. love that touch of vibrant color lining the bottom. I almost wish the flat frame had some of the odd angles of the chair body instead of contrasting it with a plain H shape, though.

    but in my eyes you can do no wrong, alfredo.

  • Sam, Wisconsin says:

    Yes. Now that is comfortable. But, where is the cup holder? I’ll sit on it for a long time, and swivel too. I like it.

  • stu says:

    yes- very nice. i agree about the frame. the extra pieces on the ends that form the “h” are taking away from the form. maybe just the race track shape? regardless- i’d buy one.

  • andie says:

    that looks UNcomfortable. still, the shape is pretty cool. id sit in it

  • oscar says:

    i dont know if it has ergonomic dimensions, and shapes are not visually frienly. just an opinion, keep on designing! regards

  • oscar says:

    i dont know if it has ergonomic dimensions, and shapes are not visually frienly. just an opinion, keep on designing! regards

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