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Frost is designed by the price winning Danish design duo FurnID, who are represented by furniture designer Bo Strange and industrial designer Morten Kjær Stovegaard. The outside of Frost is made of casted foam and the inside of soft foam, which overall is covered with textile or leather. The legs are natural oak or beach, soap treated, lacquered or dark stained. This combination gives the chair at one time a classic look and a futuristic look. With its sculptural details and finished elegance Frost is perfect with older design classics and modern furniture. And for that reason this sophisticated chair will be a beautiful element in private homes and commercial areas, like hotel lobbies and airports.

Inspired by snow formations
The inspiration for FROST; emerged from FurnID’s fascination with the lines and forms, which occur when the wind plays with new fallen snow. In the same way the sculptural chair has the formal qualities of a snowdrift’s beautiful organic form, which covers the snow dressed landscape.

The attention to detail is evident and the effort to refine this has paid off when ones eye travels across the sculptural form. The organic form gives FROST a futuristic appearance, where all lines merges together, regardless of the angle from which the chair is viewed.

Stouby Furniture has decided to expand the Frost series so now there is the opportunity to purchase the chair with either wooden legs or a central column in brushed stainless steel. Each design creates a significantly different expression, which allows the chair to be placed in very different environments. This gives the Frost chair many more opportunities to attract design lovers from the whole world.

Length: 66 cm
Depth: 63 cm
Height: 64 cm
Seat depth: 48 cm
Seat height: 46 cm
Cushion filling: Cold foam
Covering: Leather, fabric, microfibre

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