Description

&Tradition’s Pavilion AV2 chair merges together an elegant, softly bent veneer seat and slender steel tube frame with armrests. Pavilion chairs create harmonic ambience by the dining table or as individual highlights of the room. Pavilion AV2 chairs are stackable.

Andersen & Voll designed the first Pavilion chair for mass seating at the Langelinie Pavilion, located on the castle grounds of Copenhagen’s Kastellet fortress. Langelinie Pavilion has been destroyed and rebuilt several times, and its resilient spirit inspired Torbjørn Anderssen and Espen Voll to create a strong, durable chair with a tender soul. Steel tube chairs are often based on fixed angles, but Andersen & Voll wanted to give the Pavilion chair a freer, flowing form. Despite the robust steel frame, the chairs of the Pavilion collection have an airy and poetic feeling.

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Pavilion AV2 chair, oak


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Colour
Black, natural oak
Width
56 cm
Depth
50 cm
Height
76 cm
Material
Lacquered, form pressed oak veneer
Frame material
Steel tube
Weight
5,4 kg

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Anderssen & Voll

After ten years of collaboration at the Oslo based Norway Says design company, founders Torbjørn Anderssen (born 1976) and Espen Voll (born 1965) have set about creating a new firm. Anderssen & Voll was launched in autumn 2009 and have quickly set about creating modern, clean designs for which they have become known for.

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