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|Product type||Lounge chair|
Angaben in mm
|Material||Seat and back cushions: polyurethane foam and polyester wool
Legs: die-cast aluminium, polished or coated
Frame: steel tubing
Covers: Trickot (100% polyester)
|Variants||Depending on the fabric chosen, three matching pillows are supplied (see chart below).
The complementing Slow Chair Ottoman available separately
|Delivery includes||1 armchair, 3 complementing cushions|
|Care||For regular care light vacuum cleaning is sufficient.
Fresh stains should be removed immediately with up a sponge cloth.
For stubborn stains professional cleaning is recommended.
|Certificates||Vitra conform to
ISO 9001: 2008 (Quality management systems)
ISO 14001: 2004 (Environmental management systems)
|Product datasheet||Please click on picture for detailed information (ca. 0,4 MB).
The brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec are internationally renowned designers well known for their clear, functional and very contemporary design. Designs such as the Slow Chair from Vitra. Particularly interesting about the Vitra lounge chair is that the Bouroullecs have taken a very traditional furniture genre and presented it in an unconventional and innovative way. Instead of elaborate upholstery familiar in context of lounge chairs the Vitra Slow Chair consists namely of a tubular steel frame over which an exactly formed knitted, extremely resilient fabric is stretched. The special fabric thus ensures a soft, ergonomic seating comfort, which is further enhanced by thin seat and back cushions. Instead of the normal heavy and clunky feel the Vitra Slow Chair exudes an immense sense of lightness - and that without compromising on comfort and convenience. In addition, four different, perfectly coordinated colour combinations of cover, pillow and framework allow the object to pass perfectly in any space. The matching Slow Chair Ottoman is available separately.
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