Frame made of solid Fir (Picea abies) and wood particle panels with elastic straps.
Polimex infills with high performance variable density polyurethane foam. Cover in bonded velveteen.
Painted steel with plastic tips.
REMOVABLE OUTER COVER
See enclosed label, specific for the cover in question.
- Fabric care
- Do not bleach
- Do not wash in water
- Iron at max 110°C
- Dry clean choosing low mechanical action
- Do not dry in tumble driers
W 31 1/2” D 33 1/8” H 26 3/4”
- Product maintenance
MAINTENANCE ON FEET AND BASE
In order to maintain, over time, the aesthetic characteristics of these finishes, and to prevent oxidation processes, it is necessary to carry out maintenance operations punctually, methodically, and meticulously. For ordinary maintenance purposes, use a soft and dry cloth to remove dust. For greasy-oily dirt (fingerprints), we suggest treating the surfaces with normal liquid detergents for cleaning glass. It is best to avoid products containing solvents and/or alcohol, or cloths with rigid fibres (linen and synthetic fabrics), which could ruin and/or scratch the surfaces.
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Chenille Wien WF342
Chenille is a fabric with a long history. Created with a special weave, it recalls velvet. But unlike velvet, it is worked on traditional loom set ups. To make sure that it is strong, it is important to tie the threads as tightly as possible. The chenilles chosen by molteni&c. For its collection are of the highest quality possible, obtained with the most advanced manufacturing technology and processes.
Vincent Van Duysen
Vincent Van Duysen was born in 1962, in Lokeren, Belgium and graduated in architecture at the Higher Institute of Architecture Sint-Lucas, in Ghent. From 1986 to 1989 he worked in Milan and Brussels. He opened his own studio in Antwerp, in 1990 focusing on architecture and interior design. The relationship between interior design and architecture in his work is profound. Furnishings and accessories are designed with an architectural perspective that is not limited by form, but is expressed with a careful perception of interior space and its relationship to the exterior architecture. By interpreting architecture and redefining its proportions, Van Duysen creates objects of great purity and simplicity that still retain a concrete character and solid form.