Haymann Editions

franck armchair

From £3 612
incl. VAT*
The Invisible Collection Franck Armchair David Haymann oak chêne leather cuir

Designed by Charles Kalpakian
Armchair in foam with ash armrests and wooden structure
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Available with or without armrests
Armchair also available in COM, COL and full leather


L 90 x W 67 x H 72 cm
L 35,4″ x W 26,3″ x H 28,3″
Seating height: 44 cm / 17,3″
Armrest height: 55 cm / 21,7″
Fabric required with armrest: 2,8 m for the seat 1,2 m for the cushion
Fabric required without armrest: 3,1 m for the seat 1,2 m for the cushion
Leather required with/without armrest: 5 sqm for the seat 2 sqm for the cushion


Handmade in Italy
Production lead time: 8 weeks

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With "Franck" Charles Kalpakian continues his work on geometric intersections, started with the Max sofa. Its backrest breaks the seat and highlights the lines of this elegant and modern armchair, a detail that will undoubtedly make a difference. The perfect blend of function and elegance.  All you need now is a good whisky or a glass of champagne to enjoy its comfort.

The Invisible Collection Franck Armchair David Haymann oak chêne leather cuir

Haymann Editions

franck armchair

£3 612
incl. VAT*

Haymann Editions

After working for many years in IT and retail, David Haymann switched to his secret passion: design. In 2012 he launched Haymann Editions, with the purpose of becoming an “éditeur de mobilier”, a very French notion of commissioning from a designer a collection of original furniture pieces and manufacture them. The first collection designed by Toni Grilo, a Brazilian designer based in Portugal, became an instant success. Since then, Haymann Editions has developed several new collaborations with an eclectic roaster of up and coming designers including the duo Dan Yeffet and Lucie Koldova, the Lebanese design studio David & Nicolas, Sebastien Herkner, and Charles Kalpakian.

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