The padded elements are purposefully oversized to contrast with the chair's slender metal frame.
"Bollo was initiated as a typical Scandinavian lounge chair with slim features and modest use of materials," Engesvik said. "The final result however shows a chair driven by comfort, both visually and in use."
Each of the rounded cushions is pulled in with a line of stitching along the centre. Options for soft textiles or leather in various colours can be matched to the legs.
The tops of the seat and back are curved slightly to emphasise the soft forms, and the armrests wrap over the horizontal poles to created an inverted hook shape in profile.
"Bollo has a strong character inspired by its inherent level of comfort with generously shaped cushions and bold appearance," said Engesvik, whose previous designs include a series of blankets inspired by Norwegian folk costumes and a set of blown-glass trees.
"The soft volumes almost embracing the slim metal base, creates an interesting assembly between the base and cushions – the constructed and the shaped."
Fogia debuted the chair at this year's Stockholm Furniture Fair, which took place from 9 to 13 February 2016, alongside a new shelving system with arched supports by Note Design Studio.
Engesvik and Note both previously collaborated with Swedish designer Stefan Borselius to create a simple wooden dining table for Fogia.