The 3316 Easy Chair by Arne Jacobsen a.k.a. The Egg is not only one of the most universally recognised works by Jacobsen, but also one of the most popular representatives of both the lounge chair and also of post-War furniture design. Yet, and as with the...
|Material||Cover: leather Essential, leather Grace or fabric Hallingdal (70 % pure wool, 30 % viscose), fabric Divina (100 % wool), fabric Christianshavn (85 % Wools of New Zealand, 15 % polyamide) or fabric Re-wool (45 % recycled wool, 45 % virgin wool/worsted, 10 nylon)
Shell: plastic upholstered with cold foam
Base: Aluminum, satin polished or black lacquered
|Delivery includes||Delivery contains solely the ottoman.
The associated Egg Chair is available separately.
|Care||Fabric: For regular care vacuuming is sufficient. Remove fresh stains immediately with an absorbent, lint-free sponge. For difficult stains: Dry dirt can be gently brushed with a soft brush. Depending on the stain substance solvents may be necessary, in such cases consult a specialist (never use solvent-based cleaning products without specialist advice!).
Leather: Leather furniture should be treated once or twice a year with a specialist leather care products. Superficial dirt can be removed with a damp cloth, taking care not soak the leather or exert excessive pressure. For cleaning we recommend special leather cleaners in either foam or liquid form. Please do not use the aggressive agents such as stain removers, turpentine, shoe polish, etc.
|Certificates & Sustainability||Fritz Hansen conforms to the following environmental certification:
PEFC Chain of Custody
FSC® Chain of Custody
|Warranty||5 year warranty on manufacturing defects
Register your armchair fritzhansen.com/MY-REPUBLIC and take advantage of an extended warranty. To qualify you must register your chair within 3 months of the date of purchase, once registered FritZ Hasen guarantee the following warranties:
5 years on fabric and basic leather
10 years on classic leather
Ordinary wear and tear are excluded from the warranty!
|Datasheet||Click for more information (ca. 0,8 MB).
The Egg Footstool was designed by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen and is the perfect complement to the designer's Egg Chair. In addition to the Series 7 Chair, the Egg Chair is one of the most famous furniture designs by the Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen. Originally created for the architect's SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen the Egg Chair was designed specifically for the entrance hall & lobby areas. Ahead of its time in terms of material and form the Jacobsen Egg Chair features a sturdy plastic shell which supports the foam upholstery, and thus utilises technology which was revolutionary when Jacobsen was developing his design in the course of the 1950s. Today the Egg Chair, and the complementing ottoman are produced by the Danish manufacturer Fritz Hansen and are universally regarded as genuine design classics. The Egg Chair and Egg Footstool are produced by Fritz Hansen and that is no random act: Arne Jacobsen had cooperated with Fritz Hansen since the 1930s and had developed numerous furniture designs which revolutionised the industry, including the globally popular Ant Chair. The Egg Footstool by Fritz Hansen is available in a range of textiles and colours, and brings an extra level of comfort to the classic Egg Chair.
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