The 1965 design classic returnes to Lepo collection

On its Habitare Pro stand, Lepo, a Finnish furniture maker presents something both old and something new. The launch of The new Moon chair collection by Lepo’s head designer Kaarle Holmberg and the classic collection by Esko Pajamies from 1965. The Lepo collection has been granted both the ’Avainlippu’ and Design From Finland marks due to its scope and variety.

L-1003 POLAR Lounge chair and two seated sofa
Design by Esko Pajamies 1965

Last Autumn, Lepo began remanufacturing the round swivel Polar chair. This Autumn, the collection will expand as the lounge chair, sofa and sofa table will return to Lepo’s collection after four decades.

The productive collaboration between Lepo and Interior Architect Esko Pajamies began from the Polar furniture collection continuing throughout the 1970s. Polar collection’s memorable and charismatic design language can be seen to have influences from the pioneer of architecture Le Corbusier.

The Polar collection includes a lounge chair, 2 and 3 seater sofas, a sofa table and a round swivel chair.

L-1003 POLAR sofa table
Design by Esko Pajamies 1965

The sofa table of the Polar collection is jewel-like. The table top material, metal leg finish and the table measurements are custom made to suit the customer requirements.

L-717 MOON chair
Design by Kaarle Holmberg 2018

Lepo launched the new Moon chair at Last Autumn’s Habitare Pro furniture fair. The sophisticated chair collection with a palette like silhouette has expanded. This Autumn Lepo presents the entire collection on its stand.

The chairs designed by Kaarle Holmberg are guaranteed to be comfortable to sit in. This is also true for the Moon chairs. The ergonomic Moon is easy to stack for it is light. The metal framed Moon collection includes chairs with and without arm rests, upholstered and un-upholstered chairs, work chairs with castors as well as bar stools.

Lepo is a Finnish furniture manufacturer founded in 1953. Its core focus is on excellent seating comfort. The well designed and ergonomic furniture is made with the hands of traditional craftsmen and women at its own factory in Villähde. The furniture that lasts from one generation to another can be tailored to suit the customer and refurbished later as needed. Throughout the company’s long history, the collections have become well recognized by the design community for its design philosophy and quality.