ISSUE 77  |  Summerhouse Gardens

The Adirondack Chair Reimagined

June 21, 2013 1:00 PM

BY Julie Carlson

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A modern take on the Adirondack chair by Eric Pfeiffer for SF-based Council Design has us rethinking our outdoor seating.

Made with durable, treated Southern pine (a product from Perennial Wood) and a powdered-coated steel rod base, the chairs are designed to withstand the elements and can be used indoors or outdoors. Contact Council Design for ordering information; read a quick Q & A with Pfeiffer at Dwell.

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Above: The Plank lounger is available with or without arms.

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Above: The dining chair is stackable.

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Above: Pfeiffer says he was inspired by midcentury architecture in his design for the Plank series.

For more of our favorite summer seating, see Modern Adirondack Chairs.

This is an update of a post published June 4, 2012.