Corso is distinguished by the uninterrupted line of its frame, which flows around two looped rear legs and up into a slightly rounded backrest.
A simple design with minimal upholstery, the chair began as a doodle in Andersson's sketchbook.
"The two-dimensional lines in the sketchbook, which intuitively just felt so obvious, have been translated into a cohesive loop of steel tubing," said the Stockholm-based designer.
Corso is available with black or sandy beige upholstery in either canvas or leather. Its steel frame can be chromium-plated or powder-coated in black, white or red.
The products will also feature in an installation called Space Matters, which revolves around several flexible, interactive room sets.
Like all of Lammhults' new products, Corso is designed with circularity in mind and can be easily taken apart for maintenance or recycling.
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