Bermuda by Studio Claesson Koivisto Rune, floating effect. A lounge chair light as air for relaxing in the way we deserve

A lowered, almost relaxed look. A delicately triangular shape. A slender, three-legged base. It is these details that make Bermuda seem to float lightly in space. The unconventional form of this lounge chair, designed by Studio Claesson Koivisto Rune for Baleri Italia, welcomes the body, creating a private corner to relax in. Its sinuous and curvilinear profile means it goes with different settings, offering an interesting contrast to more rigid and linear furnishing layouts. The extra-wide seat cushion and the low, hollowed-out look of the armrests create an unusually generous and relaxing surface to relax on. The soft triangular back with generously padded cushion is easily repositionable, making for even more seating positions. The chair also invites you to sit down informally, letting one or both of your legs slide to one side. Based on ergonomic studies, the back is designed to provide excellent support to the whole lumber region. Inside, the shell is covered with a large cushion, which can be fixed to the seat, in polyurethane foam with a lower density than the foam used on the shell, so giving the seat greater comfort. Both cushions can be upholstered in a wide range of fabrics, eco-leather and natural leather. The structure of the legs, with a simplified silhouette, is in lacquered metal or solid wood.

At a glance

What is it?
Bermuda is a padded armchair, designed to accommodate a wide range of more or less informal sitting positions. For the home and contract sector.
What is the design concept?
The original idea developed into an unexpected form, which also derives from extensive research into ergonomics and materials. An extremely appealing and comfortable product.
How it is made?
The triangular shell is in rigid polyurethane. The inside is completed with a cushion covered in fabric, natural leather or eco-leather. The base is in lacquered metal or solid wood.
How is it produced and where?
The Creative Management of Baleri Italia devised and designed the product in collaboration with Italian or international designers. Baleri Italia then entrusts the parts to be made to various Italian suppliers and undertakes the final assembly itself.
How is it manufactured?
Metalworking, epoxy paintwork, cold-pour polyurethane foam and upholstery: these are the various processes necessary to make the Bermuda armchair.
What makes it special?
Versatility in use, accompanied by the shape of the seat and back. Then the chair’s upholstery is 100% customizable. It can be covered with any material, from fabric to natural leather or eco-leather and more technical (waterproof) materials.
What is it like?
Inviting, versatile, customizable.
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