The Fiber chair has been designed to balance maximum comfort with minimum space. The chair has been produced from an innovative bio-composite material that includes 25% wood fibres. From a distance, the shell appears to be normal smooth plastic, however, when viewed up close the tiny pieces of the wooden fibres become apparent, giving the chair a whole new character.
With the addition of four different bases, Fiber has flourished into a fully-fledged family of 41 chairs, confident of finding the ideal style to suit the individual home, office or other public setting.
Materials: Shell consists of a wood and plastic composition with 25% wood fibers, 70% PP (polyproplen) and 5% coloured PP. Sled base is made from powder coated steel. Textile upholstery from Kvadrat and leather upholstery from Camo leathers.
Dimensions: H76.5, W51, D58cm
Armrest height: 68 cm, Armrest depth: 27 cm
Seat height: 46cm, Seat depth: 40cm, Seat width: 42cm
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