The GO Collection was our first take on something other than an Adirondack chair. Like so many full collections it started as a chair and grew from there. The thought was to make a club style chair for outdoors that was more upright and with a taller seat height to make it easier to get in and out of. It also needed to be anything but an Adirondack. The flat plastic sheet we produce all our furniture from dictated much of the design concept. The GO collection was originally designed in 2006, but over the years we have continued to refine the appearance and function of all the pieces, as well as reduce the cost. The Seattle Public Library literally has hundreds of pieces of GO that are used every day in one of the most unique architectural spaces on Earth. We don’t underestimate the importance of that. If you are looking for something a jiff more contemporary, yet a bit less lounge, then the GO Collection will suit your space well.
Loll products are made to order. The current production timeline is approximately 14 weeks, plus transit time.
- 100% Recycled High-density Polyethylene (HDPE)
- Height: 81.2 cm / 32 inch
- Width: 65.4 cm / 25.7 inch
- Length: 67.9 cm / 26.7 inch
Loll Designs came into being in 1997 when a Minnesota-based municipal skate park designer/builder, TrueRide, designed, built, and installed more than 450 custom skateboard parks in cities across the U.S. and abroad. TrueRide’s founders, fueled by an inherent concern for the environment, led them to seek a use for the recyclable materials in their skate park projects. In 2003 Loll Designs was conceived as a way to repurpose excess skate ramp material into outdoor furniture. The iconic Adirondack chair was a natural place to start and it was launched in 2006.
With a focus on modern design and doing the right thing, Loll Designs forged ahead creating hundreds of products. Unique recycled materials and sustainable business practices all coalesce to make innovative, functional, and thoughtful products made in the USA and distributed worldwide.