Kingston chair by William Plunkett.
The Kingston range was launched in 1967 and conceived as a family of seating designs sharing common components. Both modular in appearance and in manufacture, the collection offered great flexibility to both domestic and commercial interiors.
The design was considered highly unusual and an individual design statement, but has since become an accepted and much used typology for modular seating designs.
The high-quality extruded aluminium bar utilised for the base and frame is made to exacting standards and bolted together. The deeply padded, individually upholstered elements are held within the frame and through a range of frame configurations a harmonious family of seating is available.
William Plunkett supplied Kingston to several important interiors projects, including the QE2. It was used Russell and Bromley shoes stores across the UK and exhibited at the Design Centre in Mayfair.
The current production includes sofa, chair, stool and daybed/bench. Optional armrests can be added (in matching fabric to seat) and a host of fabrics are available for upholstery:
Please note: Fabrics from the above Bute collections may need to be made to order once the current shelf stock is depleted, resulting in limited availability. Please enquire for details.
Please use the links above to view swatches and please enquire for samples. The full range of fabrics may be viewed at our shop and showroom.
Please enquire if a fabric option you are interested in is not listed above.
Exclusive to twentytwentyone.
90w x 79d x 40/66cmh
Made-to-order: 4-6 weeks
Furniture orders over £1500 free for Mainland UK.
Non-Mainland UK and International options available in basket