Good Day Chaise Lounge │ 2021

Good Day Chaise Lounge│ 2021

PD23 Winner

Category:Furniture - Chair UnitsLocation:Seattle, Washington, USADesigner:Cameron Smith FurnitureSmith, Seattle, Washington, USA and Ilia Timonim, Product Creation Studio, Seattle, Washington, USAManufacturer:FurnitureSmith, Seattle, Washington, USA

Inspired by two artists with contrasting styles recording a song in the studio, the Good Day chaise lounge chair contrasts with a thin floating seat suspended under heavier structural legs.
The faceted form allows for a thin edge of the seat that makes the chaise appear visually light and floating yet remains grounded by the thicker leg structure. The sand cast aluminum seat includes an interior steel frame for added strength. Italian leather is formed over a mold to achieve a clean, stitch free look.

Alternate upholstery is available for a truly bespoke chair. The leather or upholstered pads have a carbon fiber backer so they maintain their shape when removed and allow for corners to be tucked for a clean visual bend. Magnets are embedded in the casting and seat pad to keep the pads secure to the frame and allow for easy removal for cleaning.


Cameron Smith┃FurnitureSmith

Cameron is the co-founder and CEO of Product Creation Studio, a product development consulting group with a focus developing medtech and life science devices. With clients ranging from technology startups to Fortune 100 medical device companies, Cameron has gained experience working on large consumer centered products.

As an award-winning designer and engineer, Cameron’s talent and mechanical ability offers clients a holistic approach to product development that encompasses strategy, branding, design, and engineering, as well as domestic and international manufacturing.  Cameron leads complicated projects from strategy to production for a wide variety of medical companies, and has extensive experience collaborating with marketing teams on product research and design.

Cameron received his masters in engineering from Stanford’s renowned product design program, and he earned bachelor degrees in Industrial Design and Mechanical Engineering from the University of Washington.

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