Key facts

Product:
Rely HW22 Bronzed w. Red Brown & Canvas 576
Family:
Rely
Manufacturer:
&TRADITION >
Designer:
Hee Welling >
Order number:
HW22
Architonic ID:
20200730
Country:
Denmark
Launched:
2020
Manufacturer groups :
Seating-Chairs >
Groups:
Seating-Chairs >

Product description

Materials
Shell is polyproplylene with 15% glassfibre.
The swivel base is made from extruded aluminum, that is polished or powder coated. Upholstered seats are made with a veneer plate with 30mm foam

Plastic colours
Black
White
Red Brown
Light Blue
Beige Sand
Stone Grey

Upholstery
HW21
No upholstery. Seat pad available in all fabrics, leathers and COM

HW22
Seat upholstery available in all fabrics, leathers and COM

HW23 & HW24
Shell upholstery available in all fabrics, leathers and COM

HW25
Upholstered shell with a mixed seat upholstery available in all fabrics, leathers and COM

COM must be approved by &Tradition to ensure suitability for upholstery

Base finishes
Polished Aluminium
Bronzed
Black

Gliders
Plastic gliders are installed as standard. Felt gliders are available upon request

Dimensions
H: 82cm/32.8in, W: 47cm/18.8in, D: 55cm/22.8in.
Seat height: HW21: 46cm/18.4in. HW22-25: 48cm/19.2in.

Weight
HW21:7.8kg
HW22: 9.1kg
HW23: 8.3kg
HW24-25: 9.4kg

Product variants

Product family

Concept

Designer Hee Welling dedicated nearly a year to researching the right materials
for his latest piece. The result is Rely, an environmentally-friendly chair whose
modern shell is crafted entirely from recycled plastic.
The inventive recycling process – which Welling continues to fine-tune – sees the
chair’s black shells crafted from the black plastic panels found in a car’s interior.
Because the coloured shells require clear materials that will act as blank canvas,
Welling has pioneered a different approach for them, sourcing post industrial
waste. After being crushed into small pieces they are mixed with colour and
readied for injection moulding.
“When it comes to the environment, we want to do the best job possible
with the best materials available,” explains Welling of his decision to prioritize
sustainability. This ethos has extended to all aspects of the chair’s design including
its construction; should it require a repair, Welling has deliberately made it simple
to dismantle so that its lifespan is extended.
Renowned for his signature minimalism, Welling’s latest piece continues his legacy
of melding simplicity with practicality. Rely’s understated appearance belies the
thorough consideration that has been given to its ergonomic design, with each of
its curves developed to provide optimal back support.