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The HAL Soft Tube Chair by Jasper Morrison is part of Vitra's HAL Chair family. The padded upholstery of Hal Soft provides superb comfort with rounded contours that soften the appearance of the characteristic HAL shell. The tubular steel base further enhances the contemporary look and modern appeal of the HAL Soft Tube Chair. The HAL series comprises a versatile seating family with a variety of sitting positions - even sideways or astride the chair. The fabric cover can be removed and changed as needed. 

The HAL Soft Tube Chair is available with two different leg options and upholstery options in five different Vitra fabric groups. If you would like to order a chair in a fabric not listed on the page, see the product download section on the product page or please feel free to get in touch.

The HAL Soft Tube Chair is also available as a Soft Wood Chair or Lounge Chair.

HAL Soft Tube Chair

HAL Soft Tube Chair

by Vitra

Regular price $539.00 USD
Regular price $634.00 USD Sale price $539.00 USD
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Technical Information

Dimensions:-
Width: 50.5 cm, Depth: 53 cm, Seat Depth: 45.5 cm, Height: 80.5 cm, Seat Height: 48 cm 

Materials/Construction

Upholstery - Plano F30 (100% polyester), Volo F60 (15% polyamide, 85% new wool), Dumet F80 (9% polyamide, 46% cotton, 8% linen, 22% wool, 15% rayon), Credo F120 (5% polyamide, 95% new wool)

Seat shell - glass-fibre reinforced polyamide. Polyurethane foam padding, replaceable fabric cover (to be carried out by Vitra Service only).

Base - non-stackable tubular steel base, chrome-plated finish or powder-coated in basic dark.

Glides - Fitted with hard glides for carpet. Felt glides for hard floors are available upon request.

Product Downloads

The HAL Soft Tube Chair by Jasper Morrison is part of Vitra's HAL Chair family. The padded upholstery of Hal Soft provides superb comfort with rounded contours that soften the appearance of the characteristic HAL shell. The tubular steel base further enhances the contemporary look and modern appeal of the HAL Soft Tube Chair. The HAL series comprises a versatile seating family with a variety of sitting positions - even sideways or astride the chair. The fabric cover can be removed and changed as needed. 

The HAL Soft Tube Chair is available with two different leg options and upholstery options in five different Vitra fabric groups. If you would like to order a chair in a fabric not listed on the page, see the product download section on the product page or please feel free to get in touch.

The HAL Soft Tube Chair is also available as a Soft Wood Chair or Lounge Chair.

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    Jasper Morrison

    This product is designed by
    Jasper Morrison

    Jasper Morrison is one of Britain’s most successful and well-renowned industrial designers. He is best known for a design approach that makes hard-working products appear aesthetically quiet. Together with his colleague Naoto Fukasawa, he coined the term 'super normal’ - it means a good example of understated, useful and responsible design. To Morrison, it answers the question of what ‘good design’ really should be.

    Born in London in 1959, Jasper received his bachelor of design degree from Kingston School of Art in 1982, and his master's degree in design from the Royal College of Art in 1985. In 1984 he received a Berlin scholarship to study in Germany at the Hochschule der Künste. Morrison opened his...