Contemporary garden chair EXES
aluminumteakfabric

contemporary garden chair
contemporary garden chair
contemporary garden chair
contemporary garden chair
contemporary garden chair
contemporary garden chair
contemporary garden chair
contemporary garden chair
contemporary garden chair
contemporary garden chair
contemporary garden chair
contemporary garden chair
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Characteristics

Style
contemporary
Material
aluminum, fabric, teak
Base material
aluminum base
Market
commercial
Options
upholstered
Color
white, gray, black
Designer
by Kris Van Puyvelde
Base type
4-legged
Armrest
with armrests
Seat width

59 cm (23.2 in)

Total height

78 cm (30.7 in)

Description

What better name to call a chair made of two X-shaped frames, offering an excess of comfort and style than… Exes! The fluent organic lines of the cast aluminium frame are only interrupted by the tapered teak armrests offering a warm design element. The seamless integrated curved backrest plate has two X-shaped openings. They not only serve as aesthetic features but also as fixation points for the backrest cushion. These are attached by means of X-shaped knobs that come standard in the colour of the frame. Teak ones are also offered as an option to match the armrests. They make the Exes chair even more of an eye-catcher. To complement these stylish chairs are two new table frames. A spectacular tripod option with all three legs intersecting at one point about halfway between the ground and the tabletop. This supports a 160cm round top. The other option has four legs to match with an elliptical top of 320cm or oval tops of 220 cm or 300cm. All these tops come in a choice of ceramics in different colours and textures. Frames available in black, bronze, white and sand coated aluminium. AN EXCESS OF COMFORT AND STYLE!

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