16 Mar Jonathon Adler Maxime Chair
With a styling brief that echoed the kind of luxe sophistication reminiscent of a mid-century Palm Springs, Apartment 204 at Forge, Mirvac’s newest development in the Yarra’s Edge waterfront precinct, was the main focus of our latest installation.
For this project, we needed to source multi-faceted pieces that could not only effortlessly offer a blend of neutral tones, to flatter the apartment’s waterfront environs, but pack a powerful design punch as well.
Set upon Adler’s signature brass footings, the softly curved seat and back are lovingly upholstered in a Stone Linen sourced from Belgium, while its gleaming brass frame with stunning crisscross back allows the piece to be as eye-catching from behind as it is in front.
Typical of Adler’s design sensibility and penchant for modern elegance with a twist, the Maxime chair is undeniably sculptural in every sense of the word, yet so unbelievably comfortable. Bravo!
Principal Stylist, Dave Puckering chose to feature the piece in 204’s study nook, “When we added the Maxime chair it was a match made in heaven. It brought the neutral space to life and gave it the kind of high wattage presence that we carried on throughout the entire apartment.” explains Puckering
With the white walls only needing the addition of a bespoke print from the Marvelle print collection, touches of metallic were also added on the desk to flatter the chair’s own metallic flair. This was styling simplicity at its best.