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Vitra Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW | With full upholstery

SKU004627
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Vitra Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW | With full upholstery
Vitra Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW | With full upholstery

The Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW has a non-stacking base in solid wood and a steel rod cross struts. With their new seat height, the Eames Plastic Chairs are even better suited for use in combination with contemporary dining tables. At home as well as in restaurants and cafeterias, the many configuration options make it possible to find just the right chair for any furnishing scheme or interior environment. The Eames Plastic Chairs are renewed versions of the legendary Fiberglass Chair. As the very first industrially produced plastic chair, it was originally developed by the Eameses in collaboration with Zenith Plastics for the 'Low-Cost Furniture Design' competition organised by the Museum of Modern Art. In the current versions made of polypropylene, these chairs provide even greater comfort.

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  • Width46,5 cm
  • Depth55 cm
  • Height83 cm
  • Seat height43 cm
  • Material shellPlastic | Fabric
  • Base typeFour-legged
  • Material baseWood
  • Colour baseGolden maple | Black maple | Dark maple | Ash honey tone
  • With armrests / without armrestsWithout armrests
  • Stackable / non-stackableNon-stackable
  • Suitable for outdoor useNo
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Price
479,34 580,00 incl. 21% VAT

4 to 6 weeks delivery time | 0 in stock

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Vitra Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW | With full upholstery
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