Munich Stoolby Sauerbruch Hutton, 2012 — from 750,00 €
3% advance payment discount*: 727,50 € (Save 22,50 €)
The ClassiCon Munich series, which also includes the Munich Stool, was originally created in 2009 by architects Louisa Hutton and Matthias Sauerbruch for the Brandhorst Museum in Munich where they are used in the foyer, the cafeteria and various meeting rooms and thus subjected to regular and high volume use. And as such are designed to be resilient and hard wearing. Composed of a wooden frame, a frame made of steel tubing with rubber webbing and polyurethane padding the ClassiCon chair is both stable and robust while the leather covers give the ClassiCon Munich Lounge Chair an added elegance. The Munich Stool is the perfect complement to the Munich Lounge Chair.
Dimensions in cm
|Material||Wood frame: oak or walnut
Metal frame: steel tubing with rubber webbing
Upholstery: polyurethane with polyester fibre
|Care||To clean the wood surfaces a soft, damp cloth and a mild, neutral detergent are recommended.
Please maintain and clean the leather according to the booklet included with delivery.
|Certificates & Sustainability||ClassiCon comply with strict ecological regulations, use quality materials and processing techniques, and operate intensive quality control procedures.|
|Product family||Munich Lounge Chair|