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HAY About A Chair / AAC 16

SKU005395
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HAY About A Chair / AAC 16
HAY About A Chair / AAC 16
HAY About A Chair / AAC 16
HAY About A Chair / AAC 16
HAY About A Chair / AAC 16
HAY About A Chair / AAC 16
HAY About A Chair / AAC 16
HAY About A Chair / AAC 16

About a Chair AAC 16 is designed by Hee Welling and is part of The About Series. This four-legged version is the stackable workhorse of the series. The four legs slip under the seat in a rounded angle and frame the upright and organic posture of the shell. The legs are available in chrome as well as black or white powder-coating, which lets you design contrast-rich colour combinations of frame and seat. The many possible combinations of frame, shell and colours make About a Chair an ultra-flexible and versatile chair that celebrates individuality. Available with seat pad in black Sierra Leather.

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  • Width58 cm
  • Depth50 cm
  • Height78 cm
  • Seat height46 cm
  • Material shellPlastic
  • Colour shellBlack | Brick | Concrete grey | Cream white | Dusty blue | Dusty green | Green | Grey | Khaki | Mustard | Orange | Pastel green | Soft black | Warm red | White
  • Base typeFour-legged
  • Material baseSteel
  • Colour baseChrome | Black | White
  • With armrests / without armrestsWithout armrests
  • Stackable / non-stackableStackable up to 12 chairs
  • Suitable for outdoor useNo
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Price
185,95 225,00 incl. 21% VAT

4 to 6 weeks delivery time | 0 in stock

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HAY About A Chair / AAC 16
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