Contemporary bar chair APERO
steelwooden basesteel base

contemporary bar chair
contemporary bar chair
contemporary bar chair
contemporary bar chair
contemporary bar chair
contemporary bar chair
contemporary bar chair
contemporary bar chair
contemporary bar chair
contemporary bar chair
contemporary bar chair
contemporary bar chair
contemporary bar chair
contemporary bar chair
contemporary bar chair
contemporary bar chair
contemporary bar chair
contemporary bar chair
contemporary bar chair
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Characteristics

Style
contemporary
Material
steel
Base material
wooden base, steel base
Location
garden
Options
with footrest
Color
black, white, gray, brown, blue, red, green, beige, yellow
Base type
4-legged
Armrest
without armrests
Seat width

53 cm (20.9 in)

Seat depth

55 cm (21.7 in)

Total height

101 cm (39.8 in)

Description

Starting from the wooden chair of the German tradition, Apero comes as its interpretation in a contemporary design. EMU’s knowhow of working with metal makes the tubular metal seat and back appear light and airy, resulting in a fine, smooth silhouette, so that the light playing between the horizontal and vertical lines reflects an unusual pattern of stripes and squares. Its minimal, graphic, multi-purpose design discreetly adapts to any type of environment and style. The collection consists of a chair, armchair and bar stool. Designer: Martin Drechsel Material: Steel Collection: Apero Maintenance STEEL To keep the product in good condition for a long time, we recommend storing it indoors and in a dry place during the winter to prevent condensate from forming. Before the winter and on a quarterly basis, if the products are kept near the sea, it is recommended to clean the metal surfaces with a soft cloth using water or detergent and protect them with Vaseline oil or car wax.
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