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The Comback Rocking Chair has been created by Patricia Urquiola for Kartell. Its design is inspired by the original Windsor chair which was a big hit in 18th Century Britain. This take on it has retained its hallmark traits while adding contemporary features.
The Comback Rocking Chair is made of batch-dyed technopolymer thermoplastic. It has a high backrest that is narrow at the top. It then broadens out towards the seat. It has a rounded support midway after which it extends downwards towards a wide seat. It provides additional back support. The two sections of the backrest are made of spindles that replicate the wooden ones found on original Windsor chairs. The chair has a seat that is rounded following the curve of the rim in the middle of the backrest. The shell is supported by a base that has sled-style legs. They make it possible to rock the chair back and forth. The legs are made of ash wood finished with staining which contrasts with the colour of the shell. It adds a subtle aesthetic detail.
The Comback Rocking Chair has a width of 58cm, a height of 100cm and a depth of 58cm. It comes in neutral colours.
|Colors||white/sled ash tree stained, black/sled ash tree stained|
|Materials||techno polymer, ash tree stained|
white/sled ash tree stained
black/sled ash tree stained