Chair Stockholm (311 700)

This chair from the Stockholm series combines elements of Scandinavian design with TON‘s technology. A seat of this model is made of bent plywood and the specific craftsmanship of the beech wood ensures that its visually fine shapes and frame provide sufficient strength.


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  • Total width (cm)49,5
  • Total depth (cm)52,5
  • Total height (cm)83
  • Seat height (cm)47
  • Width of seat (cm)40,5
  • Depth of seat (cm)38
  • Weight of product (kg)5,2
  • Packing (pcs)2
  • Volume (m3)0,193
  • Carton dimensions (cm)67 x 51 x 98
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    Durability (beech) (pdf, 100,35 kB)

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For technological reasons, is possible to combine bi-coloured tones only from standard shades in one type of wood (BEECH, or OAK). Bi-coloured tones cannot be combined at all with shades like: “Beech Antique” and “Whitewash B60”.

Standard delivery time is 4-6 weeks, but in some cases may take longer.

Final colour of the product can vary from the illustrative photo and product configurator.

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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