Desert Lounge Chairby Ferm Living, 2020 — from 319,00 €
3 % advance payment discount*: 316,22 € (Save 9,78 €)
With the Desert Lounge Chair, Ferm Living combines sophisticated design with sustainability: The replaceable textile seat is made from 100 % recycled plastic processed into PET yarn. Together with the cubic frame, a harmonious whole is created, in which you can relax both indoors and out.
|Product type||Lounge chair|
|Dimensions||Height: 77,5 cm
Width: 63 cm
Depth: 66 cm
Seat height: 20 cm
|Material||Frame: steel, powder-coated
Seat: 100 % PET yarn made from recycled old plastic (53 PET bottles per chair), hand-woven
|Function & Properties||Removable and washable seat (30° C gentle cycle)
Suitable for outdoor use
Despite the treatment of the steel frame with a rust preventive agent, the furniture can rust over time if it is used outdoors for a long time and under the effects of the weather. For a long service life, the manufacturer recommends storing the lounge chair inside in cold weather, especially at temperatures below freezing point.
Dust can simply be vacuumed. It is possible to wash the removable seat fabric on a gentle cycle of 30° C, dry flat. A damp cloth and a mild, neutral detergent can also be used to treat stains. Stains should never be rubbed, but should always be dabbed with a clean cloth.
A soft, damp cloth with clean water is recommended for daily care. Wipe dry with a soft, dry cloth.
|Sustainability||Design-oriented and sustainable: For new products, environmentally conscious decisions regarding materials, durability and recycling are already made in the design phase. Existing collections are being converted to sustainability bit by bit. Materials increasingly include PET yarn made from recycled plastic bottles, recycled paper pulp and recycled aluminum.
Ferm Living manifests its principles in a consciously responsible manner through, among other things, safe as well as healthy working conditions based on the UN Global Compact, environmentally conscious sourcing of raw materials, transparent production and supply chains, and long-term collaboration with the artisans of the region from which the respective raw material is sourced.