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design  /  ALEX GUFLER A/IT

Bent wood where you would not expect it. Inspired by the shape of a tennis racket, the design takes advantage of TON’s signature wood-bending technique and applies it to a form normally seen in metal furniture. A generous arch crafted from solid beech wood embraces a visually light plywood seat with no visible joins. The seat can be upholstered alone or together with the backrest. Precision craftsmanship, solid construction and comfort – all in a stackable design. You are sure to reach for the chair again and again.

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Beech natural (lacquer)
Beech natural (oil)
Coffee (B 4)
Dark wenge (B 105)
Dark chocolate (B 112)
Nougat (B 114)
Granite (B 115)
Honey (B 116)
Black Grain (B 123)
White Powder (B 276)
Staining does not affect the wood structure and most colours do not suppress the wood pattern, either. On the contrary, wood as a natural material absorbs colours differently and for this reason the surface is characterised by lighter or darker places. The colour result is also affected by the initial range of colour of individual woody plants. Stains are applied by either immersion or spraying. The surface is then finished only with transparent lacquer. There is no surcharge for stain colour finishes.
B 20 white (B 20)
Sandy Beige (B 31)
Ginger yellow (B 32)
Ocean Blue (B 37)
Grey Shadow (B 38)
nude pink (B 40)
salmon pink (B 41)
coral orange (B 42)
ruby red (B 43)
creamy yellow (B 44)
aqua green (B 45)
turquoise green (B 46)
Pine Green (B 47)
Baby blue (B 48)
cloud grey (B 49)
Moon grey (B 50)
Blue Berries (B 52)
Opal Blue (B 53)
Mountain fjord (B 54)
Ashy blue (B 55)
Lichen green (B 61)
Taupe pink (B 95)
The natural colour and texture of wood can be covered with pigment finishes, which create a compact colour layer on the surface. The final appearance of the pigment finishes on the surface is, however, influenced by the type of wood, their different porosity and colour, production technology, light refraction and individual perception of colour finishes. The relief on beech plywood is so monolithic after being finished with pigment colours that it may look like a pressed plastic part.
Choose a colourDark wenge (B 105) 

Choose surface material

MDR 0000
MDR 31174
MDR 70386
MDR 71295
Prince 171
Prince 179
Prince 180
Prince 188
Pigmented leather can also be dyed with aniline dyes. The epidermis may be brushed. The surface finish is a layer of pigment dye with an imprint of the uniform raster of the leather surface. This results in loss of natural permeability, reduction in softness and the ability to remove moisture. On the other hand, the pigment layers have very good wear resistance, colour-fastness, better resistance to soiling and are easier to maintain. Prince and MDR are pigmented leathers which fulfil the requirements of intensive usage of products that are easy and quick to maintain.
Elmo leather 43024
Elmo leather 43807
Elmo leather 93957
Elmo leather 99001
This leather is processed with vegetable oils. Only water-soluble aniline dye is used to dye the leather so the surface of the leather is not treated with a pigment layer. The leather thus retains its open pores and natural permeability, softness and smoothness. Permeability increases user comfort. The temperature of the leather easily adapts to the temperature of the human body, thus eliminating the feeling of cold or unpleasant overheating. Aniline leather best manifests the natural character of leather. The non-uniform colour, natural flaws and individual surface pattern accentuate the originality of each piece. Elmotique is a thinner aniline leather with a tiedye effect which shows all the properties of original leather.
Silvertex - Sage 5009
Silvertex - Bottle 5010
Silvertex - forest 5063
Silvertex-5019-celery
Silvertex - Pistacho 5008 C5
Silvertex - basil 5020 C5
Silvertex - Shitake 4012
Silvertex - Mocca 0005 C5
Silvertex - Ice 4004 C5
Silvertex - Macadamia 0001 C5
Silvertex - Sandstone 0002 C5
Slivertex - Taupe 0009 C5
Silvertex - Lugagge 0073
Silvertex - Cream 1077 C5
Silvertex - Sisal 1051 C5
Silvertex - Champagne 1078
Silvertex - Beige 1010 C5
Silvertex - Umber 1014
Silvertex - Safran 6065 C5
Silvertex - Melon 6062
Silvertex - Orange 0013
Silvertex - Mandarin 6061 C5
Silvertex - Cobre 2003 C5
Silvertex - Plata 4001 C5
Silvertex - Sterling 4011
Silvertex - Meteor 4024 C5
Silvertex - Carbon 9002 C5
Silvertex - Black 9001
Silvertex - Turquoise 3001 C5
Silvertex - Titanium 4010
Silvertex - Storm 4002 C5
Silvertex - Graphite 4003
Silvertex - Jet 3068
Silvertex - Baltic 3066 C5
Silvertex - Delft 3067 C5
Silvertex - Aubergine 7001 C5
Silvertex - Magenta 7002 C5
Silvertex - Sapphire 3007 C5
Silvertex - Red 2011 C5
Silvertex - Sunkist 2012
Silvertex - Wine 2064
Silvertex - Rasberry 2016
Silvertex - Rubin 6004
Palma NF - weiss
Palma NF - Perle
Palma NF - Birke
Palma NF - Smoke
Palma NF - Torf
Palma NF - Inka
Palma NF - Keina
Palma NF - Schwarz
Palma NF - Lachs
Palma NF - Kirsche
Palma NF - Rubin
Palma NF - Platin
Palma NF - Amethyst
Palma NF - rauchblau
Palma NF - Anthrazit
Palma NF - Baltic
Palma NF - Atoll
Palma NF - Lichtgrau
Palma NF - Limone
Palma NF - Olivgrün
Choose surface material Milkyway - jade 
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  • Total width (cm)59
  • Total depth (cm)57
  • Total height (cm)82
  • Seat height (cm)46,7
  • Width of seat (cm)45
  • Depth of seat (cm)47
  • Weight of product (kg)6,1
  • Consumption of fabric (m)0,605
  • Consumption of leather (m2)0,726
  • Packing (pcs)2
  • Stackability4

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how we make it...

We manually bend our furniture in the same workshops where this technology has been in use since 1861. However, we moved the features of this unique technique further more and mix them with contemporary designers’ thoughts. Our tables and chairs become a connection of quality, innovative shapes and a legacy to the place that has learned to understand the wood for generations.

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