Extremely rare easy chair designed by Lloyd Loom and made by LUSTY. The Lloyd Loom process was invented in 1917 by the American Marshall B Lloyd, who twisted Kraft paper round a metal wire, placed the paper threads on a loom and wove them into what was to become the traditional Lloyd Loom fabric.
This chair was produced in the 1950s-early 1960s. It has a black tubular metal frame, plywood sides and wooden armrests. It also has small feet which adjust to the angle of the floor. You can clearly see the influences of designers like Jean Prouvé and Alf Svensson. A rare find indeed. In great original condition with only minor scuffs and age wear.
W60 D80 H90 SH37cm