|Product type||Kitchen stool/Bar stool|
Height: 110 cm
Width: 53 cm
Depth: 59 cm
Seat height: 76 cm
Height: 98 cm
Width: 52 cm
Depth: 54 cm
Seat height: 64 cm
|Colours||Wood, clear lacquered
|Material||Seat shell: moulded veneer, available in a range of colours
Base: chrome plated steel
|Variants||Available in 2 heights as a kitchen or bar variant
Matching cushions available separately.
|Function & properties||Shell can be separated from base
With universal glides
|Care||Lacquered surfaces of natural wood tolerate neither moist heat nor alcohol: all spills must therefore be wiped up immediately. When cleaning use only small amounts of water - ideally only with a damp cloth.
How much and how quickly the surface acquires a patina depends on the type of wood, nature of use and exposure to sunlight.
|Sustainability||Series 7 conform in regard to strength and durability to:
Series 7 conform in regard to stability to:
Legs and all other metal components of the series 7 are recyclable
No risk of the release of formaldehyde through surface treatment with polyurethane varnish
|Warranty||5 year warranty on manufacturing defects
Register your stool at fritzhansen.com/MY-REPUBLIC and take advantage of an extended warranty. Register your Fritz Hansen bar stool within 3 months from the date of purchase and receive:
A 10 year warranty on frame, shell, armrests, paint, colored ash and natural wood veneers
Ordinary wear and damage are excluded from the warranty!
|Accessories||Matching cushion available in different colours|
|Product family||The Series 7
|Datasheet||Please click on picture for detailed information (ca. 0,8 MB).
The history of the Series 7 bar stool effectively begins with Arne Jacobsen's Ant chair. In 1952 the three-legged dining chair was released by the Danish furniture manufacturer Fritz Hansen: though not universally - thus, and after much discussion, Arne Jacobsen developed the unconventional three-legged stool into a four-legged version: the Series 7. With to date more than 5 million sold the four-legged Series 7 Chair is not only a genuine classic of modern furniture history but is also the best-selling Fritz Hansen object. The seat shell made of moulded wood veneer is the same as with all Series 7 chairs, however, here combined with a higher base to allow for a bar or kitchen stool version. The familiar curved Series 7 seat shell sits atop a steel tube base, a combination which gives the object an elegant, sleek optic and makes it perfect for use in any bar, shop or kitchen environment. At its launch in the 1950s the innovative aspect of Arne Jacobsen's Series 7 was not only the shape of the seat, but also their production. Although the method of lamination was already known, it was Arne Jacobsen and Fritz Hansen who perfected it for mass production. Under the effects of steam the glued layers of wood are brought into the typical three-dimensional shape. Thus, it is possible to manufacture the curved seat surface and the backrest in one piece, a fact which is ultimately responsible for the distinctive shape of the designer chairs.
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...In addition, in contrast to the somewhat misanthropic Ant Chair the Series 7 is, as the name implies, a family of chairs: the basic 3107, the 3207 with armrests and the two swivel versions, 3117 without armrests and 3217 with armrests...
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