WW Chair CS1

$1,355

Based on a modern Windsor design, the WW Chair, where the first 'W' stands for Windsor and the second for Wire is an iconic piece of furniture. Produced from solid oak with the unique 'wire' backrest formed from mild steel rods which are delicately bent and secured beneath the seat, suggesting suspended cord and adding a lightness to what is a very robust piece of furniture. With an extended Colour Series adding even further to the uniqueness of this chair, WW is a true beauty.

  • Design collaboration - The WW Chair Colour Series has been created in collaboration with the Brighton-based branding agency Studio Makgill. The WW Colour Series is available in a selection of six colourways.
  • Material - Solid oak, powder coated 6mm mild steel rods
  • Finish - Back rail pink RAL 3015, wire pink RAL 3015, seat red RAL 3028, legs natural oak
  • Dimensions - H78cm x D52cm x W45cm
  • Seat Height - 45cm
  • Environmental criteria - FSC or Equivalent, Low VOC/ Greenguard, ISO 9001, Raw Materials sourced in same/ neighbouring country, Cradle to Cradle/ Design for Disassembly, Quality Policy, Recycleable content over 50%, Renewable energy used in factory.
  • Production lead time 8 to 10 weeks
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    Production lead time 8 to 10 weeks. Shipping time between 2 to 5 days within the UK once the order has arrived from the factory. For international deliveries we will provide a time estimate once the order has arrived from the factory. Shipping is made via our network of nominated distributors. Standard delivery will be ‘one man / kerb side’ only. For more options on delivery, please contact our sales office.

    He is also founder and principal of Hierve, an award winning multidisciplinary design consultancy based in Mexico City and London, with more than 21 years of professional design experience.

    Alejandro is the Founder, Creative Director and main Designer of the company. He holds a BA in Architecture from Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City and a Postgraduate degree in Product Design from the Royal College of Art, London.

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