|Product type||Multi-purpose chair|
(1) Seat height: 47,5 cm
(2) Width: 50 cm
(3) Depth: 52 cm
(4) Overall height: 80,5 cm
|Weight||ca. 4 kg|
|Colours||Wood, clear lacquered
|Material||Seat shell: layered, moulded veneer
Frame: tubular steel, chrome plated
Covers: Textile, Remix (90% wool, 10% nylon)
|Function & properties||Stackable
With universal glides
|Care||Dust and lint can be simply vacuumed. To treat stains, a damp cloth and a mild, neutral detergent is recommended
The cleaning of the upholstery with an upholstery foam or with a professional mobile washing extraction device should be in the assembled state.
|Sustainability||Fritz Hansen conform to:
ISO 90001: 2008 (Quality management systems)
ISO 14001: 2004 (Environmental management systems
PEFC-certified for the use of wood from managed forests.
More on Fritz Hansen's ecological guidelines can be found here
|Warranty||5 year warranty on manufacturing defects
Register your chair at fritzhansen.com/my-fh and take advantage of an extended warranty. Register within 3 months of date of purchase in order to obtain the following warranty periods:
10 years on frame, shell, paint, coloured ash and natural wood veneer
Ordinary wear and damage are excluded from the warranty!
|Product family||The Fritz Hansen Series 7 Collection
|Datasheet||Please click on picture for detailed information (ca. 0,8 MB).
Arne Jacobsen's Series 7 is one of the outstanding successes of the Danish furniture manufacturer Fritz Hansen. In 1955, the designer developed this series as a complement to his Ant chair, which, however, did not achieve the desired success with its three-legged concept. Jacobsen was then commissioned to design another chair in molded plywood, which this time appeared with four legs. The result was the Series 7 chair, which has since become Fritz Hansen's biggest success and a classic of modern furniture design, with over 5 million sold. Jacobsen created an entire series combining the same seat shell for the Series 7 chairs with different bases, creating a versatile chair. The vision of the Arne Jacobsen Series 7 chair lay not only in its form, but more importantly in the manufacturing technique of the seat shells. Although the layered gluing technique was already known, Jacobsen and Fritz Hansen perfected it for the molded veneer chairs. In this process, the wood structure consisting of glued layers is shaped three-dimensionally by steam. The seat and backrest of Fritz Hansen's Serie 7 chairs are made from a single piece, with the seat shell narrowing in the middle and defining the distinctive shape of the Serie 7 chair.