Allermuir | Axyl chairs, stools and tables is the result of Allermuir’s first collaboration with London based designer Benjamin Hubert and his studio, Layer. Axyl utilizes a strong geometric design language that is entirely original yet draws on familiar references, such as the A-frame typology and Mid-Century Danish wrap round shell. The chairs employ a unique recycled die-cast aluminum Y-frame silhouette topped with a softly geometric injection molded shell that is designed to embrace the sitter, and an optional seat cushion. Axyl chairs stack four-high to enable easy storage. The café table and barstool share the same characterful design language, with recycled aluminum frames topped with gently curved tops. The die-cast aluminum Y-frame has been engineered to provide the maximum strength with the most efficient use of materials. It is made from recycled and recyclable aluminum that is long-lasting, robust, and low impact. The chair shells and stool tops are available in a variety of low-impact materials, including recycled wood fiber and recycled nylon. The recycled agglomerate “recon’ foam used for the optional seat cushion is made from chipping down foam off-cuts and then forming them back together, offering an efficient way of re-using waste product from the furniture industry. The shell of the chair and the bar stool seat are available in two materials and eight colorways. The polypropylene variation is available in Black, White, Sage, Basalt, Peacock Blue or Coral. The eco-plastic variation has integrated wood fiber and is available in Pebble or Stone. A carefully engineered solution means that the Axyl chair is able to stack four high. An innovative seat buffer system is color matched to the frame and allows the chairs to seamlessly stack seat-to-seat.