Haussmann Armchair .

Design: Trix & Robert Haussmann.

As with a piece of Chesterfield furniture, the characteristic diamond pattern gives structure to the seat and back. This is achieved by the traditional button upholstery technique. The delicate feet are an homage to the Bauhaus. As a sofa and an armchair, this is a statement piece in lobbies and lounges.

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“This club armchair has the charm of something that has grown old with dignity. And creates this inimitable ambience of familiar noblesse.”

Robert Haussmann
Handcrafted excellence, skilled upholstery, and modernity – these are what Walter K. stands for, and what the Haussmann Armchair stands for. The iconic armchair was originally designed in 1962 by the Swiss architect and designer couple Trix and Robert Haussmann, as part of the Swiss Design Collection. Their idea? “To design a piece of furniture that offers the comfort of the classic Chesterfield but looks lighter.”
Originality that is here to stay – with the quality and substance to be something special, not only today but also tomorrow.