Adam Goodrum’s Big Talk Chair for Blå Station Redefines the Art of Lounging
Big Talk, Adam Goodrum Studio’s semicircular throne for Blå Station, redefines the art of lounging—and conversation. Both its seat and backrest are shaped out of molded foam that is upholstered in bands of velvet inspired by the fanning blocks of color found in textile swatches. The armchair can stand alone or pair with another to create an S-shape, tête-à-tête settee similar to a 19th-century courting bench. “Two people can have a quiet conversation side by side—in keeping with Victorian modesty—while viewing the spectrum of graduated bands on the back of the other person’s seat,” Goodrum notes. Gang multiple together in the same manner for the ultimate sinuous arrangement. Through Scandinavian Spaces.
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