Alfredo Haberli developed the Jill chair as a homage to when Charles Eames became the first person to successfully mould plywood into three-dimensional shapes. The base of the Jill chair can be made of tubular steel, aluminium and wood. All are partially derived from historic prototypes. Yet, these give the Jill chair a contemporary design – particularly in the expressive colouring, which is matched to complement the optional seat covers. The covers enhance the comfort further still, and snap onto the underside of the Jill chair allowing easy removal and reattachment.
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