S.I.T Oak

Lead time 5 weeks

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Chair Colour Natural Oak
Depth 49.5 cm
Height 86 cm
Legs Material Wooden Legs
Chair Model S.I.T
Seat Height 47 cm
Width 47 cm
Legs Colour Natural
Chair Material Veneer
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Description

The S.I.T. chair is a bentwood chair with a slight S-shape in the back to ensure a high seating comfort, combined with an edgy back shape that makes this chair come across as contemporary but with clear lines back to the classic 50’s bentwood chairs.

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We deliver worldwide. Europe: Austria, Belgium, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Monaco, San Marino, Liechtenstein, Andorra, USA, Canada, Inland United Kingdom.  Please contact us for more information regarding delivery to other destinations.

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Lead time 5 weeks

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Additional information
Chair Colour Natural Oak
Depth 49.5 cm
Height 86 cm
Legs Material Wooden Legs
Chair Model S.I.T
Seat Height 47 cm
Width 47 cm
Legs Colour Natural
Chair Material Veneer
Sketch
Description

The S.I.T. chair is a bentwood chair with a slight S-shape in the back to ensure a high seating comfort, combined with an edgy back shape that makes this chair come across as contemporary but with clear lines back to the classic 50’s bentwood chairs.

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Wood veneer refers to thin slices of real wood. To produce our tables we use veneer 1.6 mm thick slices. Veneer is cut from a log or block of wood using a slicing or peeling process, and can be used to cover a variety of surfaces such as furniture, cabinets, and decorative panels. Veneer is often preferred over solid wood for its flexibility, cost-effectiveness, and environmentally sustainable nature, as it allows for the use of less timber while still maintaining the appearance and feel of real wood. 

Solid wood refers to wood that is made from a single, solid piece of timber. Unlike engineered wood, which is made from layers of wood or other materials, solid wood is cut directly from a tree trunk and can be shaped and finished in a variety of ways. Solid wood is valued for its natural beauty, durability, and strength, and is often used for furniture, flooring, and structural purposes. It can be made from a variety of tree species and can be finished with a range of stains, paints, or varnishes to enhance its appearance and protect it from damage.