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  • Fugu dining chair, 2019, Jasper morrison, Maruni
  • Fugu dining chair, 2019, Jasper morrison, Maruni
  • Fugu dining chair, 2019, Jasper morrison, Maruni
  • Fugu dining chair, 2019, Jasper morrison, Maruni

Fugu dining chair, 2019

Fugu dining chair by Jasper Morrison for Maruni.

"The Fugu dining chair extends the family from lounge chairs to the table. The goal has been the same, to achieve a level of comfort with solid wood seat and back so that no upholstery is needed, maintaining the pure lines and the expression of a single material purposefully arranged." Jasper Morrison.

Launched at the Milan Salone 2019, the Fugu dining chair is expertly crafted from gently curved solid ash or oak and is available with or without arms.

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Fugu dining chair by Jasper Morrison for Maruni.

"The Fugu dining chair extends the family from lounge chairs to the table. The goal has been the same, to achieve a level of comfort with solid wood seat and back so that no upholstery is needed, maintaining the pure lines and the expression of a single material purposefully arranged." Jasper Morrison.

Launched at the Milan Salone 2019, the Fugu dining chair is expertly crafted from gently curved solid ash or oak and is available with or without arms.

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Without arms: 46.8w x 53d x 44.5/78.7cmh
With arms: 56.6w x 53d x 44.5/78.7cmh

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The wooden frame is available in a range of finishes: oak with a clear, whitish or natural black urethane finish, or ash with a whitish or natural black urethane finish.
See the downloadable sheet for samples of Maruni wood finishes.

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Founded in 1928, Maruni developed a technique of bentwood working that was considered extremely difficult at the time.

Founded in 1928, Maruni developed a technique of bentwood working that was considered extremely difficult at the time.

The name of the company was changed to Maruni Wood Industry, Inc. in 1933, after which the company set about achieving the industrial application of crafts skills in distinction to traditional Japanese methods of furniture production, which had remained until then firmly rooted in the field of the handicrafts.

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