• Pick Up Sticks chair, 2014, Simon james, Resident
  • Pick Up Sticks chair, 2014, Simon james, Resident
  • Pick Up Sticks chair, 2014, Simon james, Resident
  • Pick Up Sticks chair, 2014, Simon james, Resident
  • Pick Up Sticks chair, 2014, Simon james, Resident
  • Pick Up Sticks chair, 2014, Simon james, Resident
  • Pick Up Sticks chair, 2014, Simon james, Resident

Pick Up Sticks chair, 2014

Pick Up Sticks armchair by Simon James for Resident.

Pick Up Sticks was born out of the need for a comfortable armchair whose upholstered component is produced separately and at a short lead-time.

Ideal for commercial or residential use, Pick Up Sticks celebrates a solid oak frame, which exhibits refined profile details throughout. 

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Pick Up Sticks armchair by Simon James for Resident.

Pick Up Sticks was born out of the need for a comfortable armchair whose upholstered component is produced separately and at a short lead-time.

Ideal for commercial or residential use, Pick Up Sticks celebrates a solid oak frame, which exhibits refined profile details throughout. 

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59w x 61d x 47/72cmh

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Made from solid oak.

Available in black stain or natural oak finish. Please see product downloads for available colours.

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Established in 2011 by Simon James and Scott Bridgens, Resident started with the mission to offer products with an unparalleled level of creativity and innovation, coupled with the benefits of fast global delivery.

Established in 2011 by Simon James and Scott Bridgens, Resident started with the mission to offer products with an unparalleled level of creativity and innovation, coupled with the benefits of fast global delivery.

Resident works as a collective of like-minded designers, producing objects for the home, edited by Simon James and Scott Bridgens in New Zealand. The common thread is a considered combination of thoughtful design, bold materiality and beautiful fabrication. 

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