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S 33 N All Seasons

by Mart Stam (künstlerisches Urheberrecht), 1926 — from 548,00 €
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548,00 € *
731,00 € *
Discontinued item - only 2 x in stock, delivery time 1 working day within Germany
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3% advance payment discount*: 531,56 € (Save 16,44 €)

Originally designed by Mart Stam, the Thonet classics S 33 N has been reinvented for the All Seasons collection. The tubular steel cantilever chair is available as part of the new indoor/outdoor collection in a range of colours from the Classics in Colour range. Featuring a plastic mesh seat and backrest, and with optionally available seat and back cushions, the Thonet design classics provide a colourful highlight for the garden, the terrace, living room or kitchen.

Details

Product type Multi-purpose chair
Dimensions
Weight 7 kg
Colours Frame

Mesh


* Distribution of material samples is only possible within Germany.
Material Frame: powder coated tubular steel
Seat/Backrest: plastic mesh
Glides: plastic
Cushion covers: 100% acrylic
Cushion stuffing: water permeable, quick drying foam with anti-microbial equipment
Variants Available with or without cushions
Alternatively available as the S 34 N All Seasons with armrests
Function & properties The special Thonet Protect ® coating protects against the weather.
UV-resistant
Suitable for outdoor use
Care To clean, wiping with a damp cloth and a mild detergent is recommended.
Certificates & Sustainability ThonetProtect® coating salt spray tested (720 hours) according to DIN EN ISO 9227-NSS
Warranty 24 months
Product family All Seasons Collection
Datasheet Click for more information (ca. 4,9 MB).

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S 33 N All Seasons, Mustard yellow, Moss, Without Cushion
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