|Product type||Lounge chair|
|Weight||Chair: 20 kg
Footstool: 4,5 kg
|Material||Shell: plastic padded with cold foam
Star Base-base: satin polished aluminium
Cover: leather or fabric (Hallingdal: 70 % pure wool, 30 % viscose, Divina: 100 % wool, Christianshavn: 85 % Wools of New Zealand, 15 % polyamide)
|Function & properties||Chair: tilting and swivel|
|Delivery includes||1 Lounge chair optionally with or without footstool|
|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.
|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 teh follwoing warranties:
5 years on tilt function, swivel function, automatic return mechanism, fabric and basic leather
10 years on frame, shell, classic leather
Ordinary wear and tear are excluded from the warranty!
|Accessories||Egg footstool also available separately|
|Datasheet||Please click on picture for detailed information (ca. 0,8 MB).
The Egg Chair, designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1957, owes its name to its organically shaped seat, reminiscent as it is of a semi-open egg. Thanks to its generous seat the user can employ a variety of sitting positions and always benefit from the chairs considered design. The Fritz Hansen Egg is no coincidental product, much like the Arne Jacobsen Swan Chair it was designed for the lobby of Jacobsen's SAS Hotel in Copenhagen. The aim of the project was to use the furniture to create an inviting, relaxed, intimate and at the same time sophisticated and exclusive atmosphere: Arne Jacobsen found a more than adequate response to this challenge with the harmonious, aesthetic Egg Chair, a lounge chair, backrest, headrest and armrests as if cast as one body. The Fritz Hansen Egg is today one of the absolute classics of design history and owing to its status is regularly to be found in luxury hotels, company headquarters as well as in films and advertising campaigns.
The first prototypes of the Egg Chair as produced today by Fritz Hansen were created by Arne Jacobsen in his garage: the designer experimented with plaster and plastic in the search for a process for the production of sculptural and organic forms. The frame of the chair is made of steel, while the seat is made of fibreglass reinforced polyurethane foam. The cover, which was originally made of leather and is