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Scott and Cooner: European Influences in Modern Chairs

Product of their shared love of classic and modern European furnishings, the team of Scott and Cooner have collected and curated some of the best design in the world all the way from Texas. This is reflected in their staggering chair collection, which we’ll present you.

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Lloyd and Josy are dedicated to supporting the worldwide design community and travel extensively to Europe to the major furniture fairs. Celebrating iconic pieces, as well as discovering new lines and designers, has helped place this team on the top of the trade.


Scott and Cooner: European Influences in Modern Chairs
P32 Chair

P32 armchair by Osvaldo Borsani is not only able to swivel and return automatically to its original position, but also incorporates a backrest pivot mechanism. Unlike other models from Tecno that appeared in the same period, it’s an innovative combination of seat movements..

Dezza Armchair

Designed in 1965, the Dezza is a comfortable, light-weight and adaptable armchair, that has accurately been reproduced in a refined re-edition that enhances its formal beauty and stylistic uniqueness.

Bloom Armchair

Inspired by a delicate blossom, Bloom is composed of hundreds of fine running stitches that radiate from the center of the seat. Handmade in microfiber stitched over a fiberglass-reinforced top, Bloom sprouts from a revolving base made of steel.



Fabricius Armchair

As a genuine classic, Fabricius tells the story of furniture. The Conversation Chair from the seventies combines the tradition of Scandinavian design and functional aesthetics with the charm of casual seating comfort. Precise in the processing of metal, top quality in the surfaces: armrest and supporting structure frame the slide-in seat. The result is lightness and a slim-line shape.

Platner Lounge Chair

In 1966, the Platner Collection captured the “decorative, gentle, graceful” shapes that were beginning to infiltrate the modern vocabulary. The iconic lounge chair is created by welding curved steel rods to circular and semi-circular frames, simultaneously serving as structure and ornament.

375 Chair

Certain characteristics and traits will never be out of fashion: elegance, style and understatement are three of them. The 375 Chair utterly embodies these virtues while remaining exceptionally comfortable. As a dining or low side chair, this velvety armchair lends the dining room the qualities of a lounge.

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What do you think of this chair collection by Scott and Cooner? Let us know, we are curious! For more modern interior design inspiration and decorating ideas, don’t forget to visit our Pinterest and our Instagram account!

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