Pot Bertjan Jumper Chair for Established & Sons, a Chair with Striped Jersey
Dutchman Pot Bertjan designed Jumper (Jersey in English), an upholstered knitting wool chair and striped button-school style. The first Pot design for Established & Sons, the seat design is a piece of original shapes, smooth texture, and reminiscences something british.
Presented at the last fair in Milan, the chair is made inside wood frame and aluminum legs. The fabric is constructed in a traditional weaving machine, and from here the production process differs from that of a garment. The knitted fabric is washed at high temperatures to shrink it and get an effect of high-quality upholstery, with adequate strength and durability. The upholstery is attached to the steel and wood structure with views that simulate hardware buttons.
The chair is available in print striped gray, gray and red, or plain gray.
Established & Sons is a British company a leading producer of contemporary furniture design. Since its launch in 2005 has turned into one of the leading and most reputable companies in the sector. Among its designers to first-line firms, both in Britain and around the world: Alexander Taylor, Jasper Morrison, Maarten Baas, the Bouroullec brothers, Zaha Hadid and Jaime Hayon pieces signed by the E & S.
The young Dutch designer Benjamin Pot graduated in design at the Design Academy Eindhoven in 1998. His studio has specialized in materials research, and has designed products for companies like Moooi or Acro.