Limbo Chair, Terracotta

Limbo Chair

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Comfortable, powerful sitting position. The perfect amount of give and support. Hlynur Atlason’s design evokes a piece of furniture infused with soul, a design that will survive the test of time. Modern is forever.
Item No. HEL-LIMCH-0001
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This item is currently on backorder. Estimated Delivery: 12 to 14 weeks

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The Limbo Chair began with a request. “Design us a comfortable modern lounge chair,” said Heller CEO John Edelman to Hlynur Atlason. The Icelandic designer responded with a statement-making chair that’s not only supremely comfortable but also suitable for indoor-outdoor use, and sustainably made.

With a swooping, sculptural form that holds the body in a comfortable position, Limbo is a playful chair, “but we were very serious about how it’s made,” says Hlynur. “It took a lot of thinking, research, and testing to make it look this effortless.” To ensure a circular lifecycle, Limbo is fully recyclable and made with a high percentage of recycled post-consumer plastic (the exact percentage varies by color, with black having the highest percentage). Limbo is available in a choice of warm, muted colors that harmonize with the natural environment.

Made in USA and 100% recyclable.

Product ID: 1079155


This product can be further customised, please enquire for more information.


Width: 762mm
Depth: 711mm
Height: 698mm
Seat Height: 425mm


This product is covered by a 2-year conditional warranty.


Our operations are carbon neutral. The local and international freight we organise to deliver this product to you will be offset through the purchase of Verified Carbon Standard carbon credits.

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