The traditional construction of a cantilever chair basically just allows one technical implementation: a bearing frame out of a single bended metal tube that is elastically yielding under a person’s weight.
The designer Michael Geldmacher and Eva Paster from Designduo Neuland knew: In case of creating a redraft of a cantilever chair a Designer can only refuse or loose.
Nevertheless the team faced the challenge and found a way to give this classic type of chair a new look – between conservative reinterpretation and desired differentness. Designing the cantilever chair Jill began with the idea of putting the seating shell on a sled-base frame which requires a lower wire diameter. In conclusion the need of a closed design is required, which recovers the chair’s swing effect by a strong “absorbing bend”.
With the cantilever Jill FREIFRAU presents another seating furniture in its portfolio that convinces with innovation and differentness but remains in the background with its elegant and amazingly unexcitedly design.
For those who love individuality Jill can be personalized by choosing from the wide range of high quality covers or the option of dyeing the framework individual.