Chill Exterior Lounge Chair with Stool

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Chill Exterior Lounge Chair with Stool

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Chill lounge chair and stool was designed by Nanna Ditzel and is made in Alu-Rattan and ArtFibre materials. The armchair is made in the colour natural which is original. Alu-Rattan is weatherproof powder coated aluminum and ArtFibre is artificial fibers made of maintenance-free polyethylene that can withstand the sun's UV radiation. Due to the weatherproof materials, the furniture can withstand being outside throughout the year without maintenance. The fine bindings in the seat and back are made on a frame of aluminum of skilled wicker workers. Chill contributes to a naturally beautiful element in any outdoor environment. The armchair is strong, comfortable and suitable for use privately. Chill, which was originally named Kaminstol, is a sculptural installation that almost fluently integrates the furniture with the body and with the surroundings. It was originally used in collaboration with R. Wengler, who was the pioneer of rattan production in Denmark and characterized by exceptional craftsmanship as well as innovative ideas and the use of materials.

Stool : 69x69x33 cm.

Chill Exterior Lounge Chair with Stool

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Dimensions (cm)

W69 x D75 x H55

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Nanna Ditzel

Nanna Ditzel

Nanna Ditzel was born in Denmark in 1923. She studied at the School of Arts and Crafts and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. She was a pioneer in various disciplines such as cabinet making, jewellery, tableware, and textiles. Together with her husband Jørgen Ditzel, they established their own design studio in 1946. She had a pronounced sense of material, and even after Jørgen Ditzel’s death in 1961, she continued to design and in 1968, she opened Interspace in London. Nanna passed away in 2005, was one of most renowned Danish designers, and throughout her life she was awarded numerous prizes.

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