Product Description

The Isabella Chair is an exercise in the play-off of proportions. Its ultra-slim three-legged steel base provides robust support and acts as a deliberate variant against the gracefully rounded tailored back and plump softness of the seating cushion. 

An occasional or statement piece with a refined modern look, which gives the user a generous space in which to sit and relax. 

In the home, a place to read or contemplate, and in the commercial space, an ideal waiting or conversation chair. 

Material: 80% Post Consumer Recycled Polyester, 20% Polyester

Dimensions: 27.2"H x 26.4"W x 21.7"L

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Furniture Orders are placed specially for you.

Lead times will vary.

About the Brand


Established in 2011 by Simon James and Scott Bridgens, Resident is a globally focussed design company from New Zealand.

Resident works with a select group of talent across multiple disciplines including industrial design, architecture, furniture design and sculpture. Each designer’s instinct for experimentation keeps the group fluid and adaptive to new technologies, while also cementing our reputation for innovation.

 As makers of furniture and lighting for both commercial and residential spaces, Resident’s practice spans multiple scales and contexts. Three founding beliefs guide this work:


Design for how we live today


Resident places human needs and desires at the centre of it all. Our collective understanding is that an object should improve the everyday. We design products that help you to host, work, share, recharge, relax and collapse.


Craftsmanship as luxury


As architects of objects, our interpretation of value begins with craftsmanship. We carefully consider detail, push the limits of material, and are inspired by the elemental forms found in nature.

Each design is a living representation of the time and application of skills that’s involved in making an object functional and beautiful.


Built to transcend a lifetime


Design that is resilient and admired; cared for long after its first owner. We consider structural harmony and account for how a piece of furniture might endure wear and tear during the course of its life.