Frost Chair wins an award in the Restaurant and Bar Product Design Awards

The Stouby Frost Chair designed by the Danish design duo FurnID has won the Armchairs category in the Restaurant & Bar Product Design Awards 15/16. 

The jury consists of a panel of twenty-eight of the most influential hospitality designers worldwide, including Glenn Pushelberg, Steve La Bouchardiere and Tim Mutton. 

Frost was described by the jury as a "very sexy chair with its dramatic lines. It looks beautiful, and is one of the few chairs that you just have to try."

The funky Frost chair includes an upholstered shell with a removable seat pad and legs made of solid oak. The chair's design with its bold silhouette includes clear references to contemporary Danish furniture design. Frost is equally suitable for the contemporary home, restaurant or hotel space. 

The award-winning Danish design studio FurnID consists of furniture designer Bo Strange and industrial designer Morten Kjaer Stovegaard. Their style is characterised by a combination of modern aesthetics and classic Scandinavian design elements. 

The Restaurant & Bar Design Awards is an internationally recognised competition for the design of food and beverage spaces, which has attracted over 5000 entries from the UK and 70 other countries in its eight-year-old history. The show attracts some of the best product designers, judges and hospitality operators, including Tom Dixon, Foster & Partners, and Gordon Ramsay. This year's Awards ceremony will be held at The Old Truman's Brewery in London on 29 September 2016.


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