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Slim chair soft

The slim collection designed by the British duo PearsonLloyd and presented at Orgatec in 2016, added a new component to his family in 2018: the polypropylene slim chair. In 2021 Alias presents the new soft version, an essential and ergonomic chair that embodies a unique topic of the contemporary design: the essential upholstered seat. 

Slim Chair Soft


The collection

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Slim chair soft
Slim chair

Slim chair is a family of universal seats that stems from the desire to create cross-objects able to meet both contract and residential needs. With a high structural endurance and very minimal thickness, the shell is realized with a mould that allows to insert a small percentage of fiberglass as reinforcement and this guarantees a high exterior quality. The versatility of slim chair is also linked to the wide range of possible finishes.

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In the soft version it is also possible to add to the monochromatic shell a pad fixed to the seat and backrest, or only to the seat, covered with fabric or leather. The fully upholstered version is even more comfortable, and it maintains the same refined profile of the original version. Combining the shell with the four legs wood structure, or with the four legs steel one, or with the steel sledge version, with or without arms, the slim chair soft collection reveals an extreme flexibility thanks to sleek lines of great personality.



Tom Lloyd and Luke Pearson founded PearsonLloyd in 1997 and since then completed a wide range of projects. The studio uses an investigative approach based on research that combines in a balanced manner the creation, efficiency, user needs and ergonomics. Some of their awards received include the Gold DBA Design. Effectiveness award and the distinction of the Royal Designers of Industry. In 2011 they designed the eleven upholstered elements, followed by the side tables (2012) and the high back version (2015) which naturally complete this system. They live and work in London.


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