Description

Mr. Jones armchair by Adea is characterized by light, flowing lines and generous, clear-lined cushions contrasted by a black metal frame with castors on the front. 

Mr. Jones collection is based on designer Alexander Lervik’s interpretation of a classic British Howard sofa, which he contemporized into a more fresh and minimal form. The confident, groovy and timelessly stylish Mr. Jones range was named after the 80s’ synthpop artist Howard Jones, an idol of Lervik’s youth.

Adea furniture is manufactured in Finland.

Adea

Mr. Jones armchair, Bohemian


Upholstery

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Colour
Bohemian 000 or 090, black legs
Width
78 cm
Depth
96 cm
Height
89 cm
Seat depth
58 cm
Seat height
47 cm
Frame material
Solid wood, birch veneer
Suspension system
No-zag
Seat cushion
Foam, viscoelastic foam core, feather filled pockets on the surface
Backrest cushion
Foam, viscoelastic foam core, feather filled pockets on the surface
Upholstery fabric
Bohemian: 25% polyester, 25% viscose, 15 % wool, 15% acrylic, 13% linen, 5% cotton, 2% polyamide. Fabric samples can be ordered through our Customer Service.
Abrasion resistance
45 000 Martindale
Pilling
4
Lightfastness
4-5
Base material
Metal
Removable cover
Yes
Notes
Brass castors on the front legs, front-protection cups included. Also available without castors - please contact our Customer Service for details.
Care instructions
Feather cushions require regular beating and fluffing. To do this, simply pat the cushion and redistribute the feathers evenly throughout with your hand.

Alexander Lervik

Alexander Lervik (b. 1972) is a Swedish designer whose work is characterized by humour, innovation, conceptuality and unruliness. Lervik has studied design at Beckmans College of Design, and he has worked with design over 20 years as a product and furniture designer as well as teacher of design at Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm. During his career Lervik has collaborated with numerous Swedish and international brands, and currently he runs his own studio at Stockholm’s Södermalm.

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