Contemporary bar stool NATE 7611
plasticoak basebeech base

contemporary bar stool
contemporary bar stool
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Characteristics

Style
contemporary
Seat material
plastic
Base material
oak base, beech base, solid wood base
Options
PEFC-certified
Market
contract
Color
black, red, gray, green, blue, brown, orange, yellow, violet

Description

Nature + technology = nate. Sometimes life can be that simple: The latest production technology means that everything in the nate series fits together perfectly and nothing else is needed. Ultra-thin shaped wood and solid wood connect a smart frame made from 100% recycled plastic. The construction method guarantees that the chairs, benches, stools and tables are lightweight and sturdy. The organic contours are what make this unobtrusively designed wooden furniture so comfortable and a natural addition to any environment. At the end of a long, busy life in highly frequented and sensitive areas, this glue-free contract furniture can be separated into its various materials and fully recycled. High-tech craftsmanship meets sustainable resources. Comprehensive range of furniture that combines high-tech craftsmanship with sustainable product design 100% recycled plastic frame as the fundamental design element Moulded beech or oak from national, sustainable PEFC-certified forestry Slightly bevelled front seat edge for exceptional comfort Well thought through to the end of the product’s life cycle: materials can be separated and sorted and are completely recyclable Suitable for a variety of possible uses in offices and public spaces, e.g. cafeterias, restaurants and health care facilities Matching tables, benches, bar stools and stools complete the product range

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