The Muuto Fiber Armchair with Wood Base features a fibre composite seat, with the option to upholster in fabric or leather. The base is made from oak finished with a clear matt lacquer or ash with a coloured lacquer. The Fiber Armchair with Wood Base is also available in a non-upholstered version

Copenhagen based design duo Iskos-Berlin have stripped back the traditional armchair into a singular integrated shell to create a distinctive yet very functional chair. The chair's soft curves help to balance maximum comfort in the minimum of space, and with the wide range of colours, upholstery and base options available; there is a Fiber Chair for every room.

The Fiber Armchair is made from an innovative bio-composite material that includes 25% wood fibres and is 100% recyclable. When viewed from a distance the chair appears to be made from a smooth plastic, however upon closer inspection the character of the wood fibre construction becomes apparent.

Fiber Armchair Upholstered with Wood Base
by Muuto

Cognac Silk Leather / Matt Lacquered Oak
Steelcut Trio 3 226 / Matt Lacquered Oak
Remix 3 133 / Grey Painted Ash
Remix 3 433 / Grey Painted Ash
Remix 3 452 / Grey Painted Ash
Remix 3 183 / Black Painted Ash
Remix 3 373 / Black Painted Ash
Black Silk Leather / Black Painted Ash
£879.00

The Muuto Fiber Armchair with Wood Base features a fibre composite seat, with the option to upholster in fabric or leather. The base is made from oak finished with a clear matt lacquer or ash with a coloured lacquer. The Fiber Armchair with Wood Base is also available in a non-upholstered version

Copenhagen based design duo Iskos-Berlin have stripped back the traditional armchair into a singular integrated shell to create a distinctive yet very functional chair. The chair's soft curves help to balance maximum comfort in the minimum of...

The Muuto Fiber Armchair with Wood Base features a fibre composite seat, with the option to upholster in fabric or leather. The base is made from oak finished with a clear matt lacquer or ash with a coloured lacquer. The Fiber Armchair with Wood Base is also available in a non-upholstered version

Copenhagen based design duo Iskos-Berlin have stripped back the traditional armchair into a singular integrated shell to create a distinctive yet very functional chair. The chair's soft curves help to balance maximum comfort in the minimum of space, and with the wide range of colours, upholstery and base options available; there is a Fiber Chair for every room.

The Fiber Armchair is made from an innovative bio-composite material that includes 25% wood fibres and is 100% recyclable. When viewed from a distance the chair appears to be made from a smooth plastic, however upon closer inspection the character of the wood fibre construction becomes apparent.

‘Made to Order’ products are ordered in from the manufacturer on the customers request and are considered a bespoke product - special terms and conditions apply. Production (lead) times stated above are an estimate only and do not include transit times from the supplier, or the time taken to deliver to you.

In stock items are available for immediate dispatch from our London-based warehouse. The daily cut-off time is 12:00 am for same day shipping, orders placed in the afternoon will be shipped the following day. Please refer to inventory levels above for live stock availability.

Height: 77 cm, Seat Height: 46 cm, Width: 54.5 cm, Depth: 56 cm. Armrest Height: 67.5 cm.

Plastic and wood fiber composite shell. Legs and Frame in solid oak with a matt lacquered finish, or ash in a painted colour finish.

A very small selection of fabric/base combinations are shown on this product listing. Any fabric from Kvadrat’s Remix, Steelcut, Steelcut Trio, Forest Nap, Canvas, Clara, Hallingdal, Divina MD, Divina Melange, Hero, Balder and Twill Weave collections, Wooly colours from United Fabrics and Silk leathers from Camo may be used to upholster this chair.
If you would like to see a fabric sample just get in touch and we'll discuss all the available options with you.

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