Petit standard Stacking chair – / Steel & wood by Hay Natural wood

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Petit standard Stacking chair – / Steel & wood by Hay Natural wood

Hay Stacking chair Natural wood Wood. Dimensions: L 52.5 x Depth 50 x H 83 cm – Seat: H 47 cm. The result of eight years’ consideration, the Petit Standard chair is a study in precision and detail. Its name is a tribute to the iconic Standard chair by Jean Prouvé. Norwegian designer Daniel Rybakken wanted to create a highly stackable chair, whose stacking characteristics would help improve its design. The Petit Standard chair combines functionality with an original, iconic design. The structure is made up of steel tubes that split and connect at the rear, forming a three-dimensional triangle. A true distinctive sign, this light, graphic frame draws a geometric silhouette. This unusual structure does not just have an aesthetic function: it optimises the chair’s resistance and stacking capacity, making it ideal for public environments (businesses, educational establishments, restaurants…). The modernity of the steel structure is counterbalanced by the warmth of the oak plywooden seat. The high backrest and curved seat ensure great comfort.




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