Key facts

Product:
Clip Chair
Family:
Clip Chair
Manufacturer:
De Vorm >
Designer:
Studio Sebastian Herkner >
Architonic ID:
1158156
Country:
Netherlands
Manufacturer groups :
Seating-Chairs >
Groups:
Seating-Chairs >

Product description

Clip is a simple and functional chair from ash wood. It combines traditional manufacturing techniques with modern materials, resulting in a classic piece of wooden furniture. The chair is recognised by its distinctive feature - the black ‘clip’, attaching the back to the frame. Though simple in its design, the Clip chair offers many possibilities for a bespoke design. You can choose from a wide range of frame colours and upholstery.

Materials
Frame, back and seat - steam-bent solid ash wood
Upholstery - Kvadrat

Colours
Standard - Clear laquer
Custom - any RAL colour

Specifications
Weight - 6.5 kg
Dimensions - 83 x 55 x 45 cm
Seat depth - 46 cm

Note
The wooden seating is also available as a custom option

Product variants

Product family

Concept

The Clip is a simple and functional chair made from ash wood. It combines traditional manufacturing techniques with modern materials, making it a classic piece of wooden furniture. The chair is recognised by its distinctive feature - the black ‘clip’, attaching the back to the frame. Though simple in its design, the Clip chair offers many possibilities for a bespoke design. You can choose from a wide range of frame colours and upholstery.

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