Key facts

Product:
Frigate Chair
Family:
Frigate
Manufacturer:
PlyDesign >
Designer:
András Kerékgyártó >
Architonic ID:
20017345
Country:
Hungary
Launched:
2019
Manufacturer groups :
Seating-Chairs >
Groups:
Seating-Chairs >

Product description

Dimensions:
524 L × 510 W × 793 H mm
Seat height 440 mm
Seat width 413 mm
Seat depth 435 mm
Weight: 4,5 kg

Materials:
Chair shell: molded plywood made form a mix of Danzer 3d, sliced and rotary cut veneer. Offered with clear lacquer or stained finish.
Leg structure: molded plywood with clear lacquer or stained finish.

Color options:
American Walnut sliced veneer, Europen Oak sliced veneer with clear lacquer or stainined color options, such as black and gray.

This model is not stackable

The Frigate models offer a high level of comfort and ergonomic
quality. The three-dimensional backrest provides ideal support, while all the
edges point away from the occupant’s body, in order not to cut into it.

Product variants

Product family

Concept

The FRIGATE family is considered as a strong design idiom which shows that responsible production and aesthetics can go hand in hand without any compromise in quality.

The chair’s shell consists of two components: the backrest is made with the aid of 3D-Veneer technology, while the seat pan is produced through conventional moulded plywood process. The backrest, curved in all dimensions, provides an ideal support for the waist, along with its upper part and seat pan where the edges are bent in the opposite direction of the body in order to avoid cutting into the back and the thighs. The combination of old and new technologies enables us to offer an optimal seating comfort as other seats made entirely with 3D-Veneer, while making it available for a much wider audience. The sublime silhouettes counterbalance the sturdy character of FRIGATE which is designed to withstand the course of time.

FRIGATE can be customized with a broad range of material and leg combinations according to personal needs – literally a natural choice to brighten up intimate spaces or grand halls with the inviting feel of wood.