The Opper Lounge Chair looks like a classic piece of furniture that's been extracted from a magnificent mid-twentieth-century building by Mies van der Rohe and updated slightly to contemporary tastes. Flaunting some intriguing asymmetries, the recliner embodies a beautiful marriage between some very handsome and high-quality materials.
The base of the daybed is pedestal-like box that's been made from sumptuous Carrara marble. As an open cubby, it serves to store a set of three custom wool cushions that can be used for added comfort. It also provides a bit of a side table. The slim and elegant line of the Opper Lounge Chair is upholstered in soft leather with a ribbed texture, influenced by 1970s motorcycle saddles. Grégoire de Lafforest's furnishing balances in glamorous harmony with its stylish white and gray color scheme.