Silla 13Eighty 13Eighty chair

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215.00€
13Eighty chair designed by Dutch designers Scholten & Baijings is aptly named after the number of tiny holes in the moulded polypropylene shell. These perforations create a characteristic aesthetic, where transparency and a play of light and shadows add to the chair’s expression, while the variations in the sizes of the holes bring a sense of movement to the visual appearance. They also have a functional use in draining rainwater off when the chairs are used outdoors. Available with or without armrests in a stackable design that features steel legs with a weather-resistant coating to make it suitable for outdoor use.

Medidas: 53 x 53 x 82 cm
Material: Asiento de polipropileno y base de metal

Envío en 3-5 semanas.

13Eighty chair designed by Dutch designers Scholten & Baijings is aptly named after the number of tiny holes in the moulded polypropylene shell. These perforations create a characteristic aesthetic, where transparency and a play of light and shadows add to the chair’s expression, while the variations in the sizes of the holes bring a sense of movement to the visual appearance. They also have a functional use in draining rainwater off when the chairs are used outdoors. Available with or without armrests in a stackable design that features steel legs with a weather-resistant coating to make it suitable for outdoor use.

Dimensions: W53 D53 H82 cm
Material: Polypropylene shell and powder-coated steel base

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Scholten & Baijings fue fundado en el año 2000 en Amsterdam (Países Bajos). Trabajan en el diseño de productos de diferentes tipologías como sillas, vajillas, textiles, alfombras o exposiciones. Perfeccionistas por naturaleza, sus productos son distinguidos por un cuidado uso del color, el estampado y otros elementos gráficos.

Scholten & Baijings was founded in Amsterdam (The Netherlands) in 2000. They have worked on a wide number of product typologies including chairs, ceramics, glassware, textiles, rugs, and tableware. Perfectionists by nature, their products are distinguished by a carefully considered use of pattern, colour and graphic elements.