SETTER CHAIR BY DAVID IRWIN
‘Setter’ is a new range of dining chairs, designed by David Irwin and manufactured by Deadgood.
Produced in a lacquered timber with the possibilities of a ‘hard’ or ‘soft’ seat and back rest, ‘Setter’ is designed with comfort in mind. A wide variety of finish options offer distinct versatility and include veneer, lacquer, leather and a complimentary suite of fabrics.
The frame boasts a simple cross brace construction, designed for its durability in both a meeting or hospitality setting. Compound angles to the rear provide some subtle Mid-Century inspired detailing, whilst the curve on the back rest doubles up as an arm rest, the profile of which bears reference to that of a dogs head. An off the wall reference and inspiration for the name ‘Setter’.
Note on timber: Oak is a natural material with inherent variation in colour and texture across boards. As such, each chair will have a unique aesthetic consisting of distinctive features such as medullary rays (visibly silvery markings across the sawn area) and minor knots, all to be celebrated as part of the rich character of the wood.
+ All Band A, B, C, D, E, F & L - Please see Fabric Bands PDF
+ RAL Lacquered Oak
Available Autumn 2018
PLACE OF ORIGIN
+ 2D / 3D DWG
+ HIGH RES
+ LOW RES
+ CASE STUDIES