Product Watch: Albany Collection, Lyndon Design

Lyndon Design has introduced a new dining chair to its popular Albany collection.

Albany is already a popular choice with interior designers and specifiers looking for a versatile seating and furniture solution, without sacrificing comfort and aesthetics. This latest addition helps further ease the specification process by successfully satisfying the requirements of diverse interior specifications with one single collection.

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Measuring 620 x 620 x 850mm with a seat height of 470mm, the Albany dining chair is available in European Oak as standard, but may also be specified in walnut or beech if required. The exceptional quality of the timber used for the underframe of the chair demonstrates Lyndon Design’s expertise in handcrafting timber materials, whilst providing an exquisite finish.

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The Albany dining chair is available in several material and colour variations, with a range of leather options available too. Exuding comfort and luxury, it features five float buttons to add further elegance and style.

Lyndon Design’s Managing Director Tim Armitt comments: “We are delighted to now offer a dining chair as part of our Albany collection. This latest addition offers the specifier and interior designer the perfect solution for fitting out any fine dining hospitality environment, as well as less formal bar and club spaces, where the simplicity and elegance of Albany makes a striking statement.

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“Alongside the Albany lounge chair and sofa options, together with the Albany coffee table, this collection works across multiple spaces and successfully combines the key attributes of function, comfort and visual appeal,” adds Tim.


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