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By combining the ideals of Scandinavian craftsmanship with a modern design language, the Cover Lounge Chair has a simple yet refined expression. The design features a grand seat while taking up little space in the room, complemented by its unique details of curved back, wooden armrest covers and slightly curved seat for any private or professional space.
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Designer Title Thomas Bentzen
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Designer Thomas Bentzen
Swatch color #d9ae80
Hover farve #d4d5d4
Material The Cover Lounge Chair is made from form pressed wood. The wood is folded over the chair's legs and back rest. This technically innovative wood layering helps lock the elements of the chair together. Upholstered seats are with textiles from Kvadrat or Refine Leather. Oak version: PU lacquered, form pressed oak wood veneer shell. Frame is made from solid beech wood. Colored version: seat and shell is made from ash, while frame and legs are made from solid beech wood.
Cleaning instructions For textile versions, please find cleaning instructions for your chosen textile at kvadrat.dk For leather versions clean leather with a dry cloth regularly. Treat the leather when needed using only special leather treatment products. For wood versions clean the chair with a damp cloth. If necessary only use a mild detergent or washing up liquid and not concentrated. Always wipe with a dry cloth afterwards. To minimize the risk of stains and marks, liquid, grease etc. should be removed straight away.
Additional Product Information The Cover Lounge Chair can be upholstered in all colors from Kvadrat's Remix, Steelcut, Steelcut Trio, Clara, Canvas, Hallingdal, Divina, Divina MD, Divina Melange, as well as Refine Leather, Endure Leather, Easy Leather and Faux Leather.
Detail Background Color #a0a8a1

Cover Lounge Chair

Wooden seat
Oak
/   Thomas Bentzen
Product Information

Cover Lounge Chair

Wooden seat
Oak
Product Information
/   Thomas Bentzen
  • Material

    The Cover Lounge Chair is made from form pressed wood. The wood is folded over the chair's legs and back rest. This technically innovative wood layering helps lock the elements of the chair together. Upholstered seats are with textiles from Kvadrat or Refine Leather. Oak version: PU lacquered, form pressed oak wood veneer shell. Frame is made from solid beech wood. Colored version: seat and shell is made from ash, while frame and legs are made from solid beech wood.

  • Cleaning instructions

    For textile versions, please find cleaning instructions for your chosen textile at kvadrat.dk For leather versions clean leather with a dry cloth regularly. Treat the leather when needed using only special leather treatment products. For wood versions clean the chair with a damp cloth. If necessary only use a mild detergent or washing up liquid and not concentrated. Always wipe with a dry cloth afterwards. To minimize the risk of stains and marks, liquid, grease etc. should be removed straight away.

  • Additional Product Information

    The Cover Lounge Chair can be upholstered in all colors from Kvadrat's Remix, Steelcut, Steelcut Trio, Clara, Canvas, Hallingdal, Divina, Divina MD, Divina Melange, as well as Refine Leather, Endure Leather, Easy Leather and Faux Leather.

Dimensions

Cover Lounge Chair

Wooden seat
Oak
Dimensions
/   Thomas Bentzen
  • Total Height: 70.7 cm / 27.8 in
  • Total Length: 66.3 cm / 26.1 in
  • Seat Height: 38.1 cm / 15 in
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Cover Lounge Chair

Wooden seat
Oak
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/   Thomas Bentzen
Wooden seat
  • Wooden seat
  • Textile seat
  • Leather seat
 

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  • Material

    The Cover Lounge Chair is made from form pressed wood. The wood is folded over the chair's legs and back rest. This technically innovative wood layering helps lock the elements of the chair together. Upholstered seats are with textiles from Kvadrat or Refine Leather. Oak version: PU lacquered, form pressed oak wood veneer shell. Frame is made from solid beech wood. Colored version: seat and shell is made from ash, while frame and legs are made from solid beech wood.

  • Cleaning instructions

    For textile versions, please find cleaning instructions for your chosen textile at kvadrat.dk For leather versions clean leather with a dry cloth regularly. Treat the leather when needed using only special leather treatment products. For wood versions clean the chair with a damp cloth. If necessary only use a mild detergent or washing up liquid and not concentrated. Always wipe with a dry cloth afterwards. To minimize the risk of stains and marks, liquid, grease etc. should be removed straight away.

 
  • Material

    The Cover Lounge Chair is made from form pressed wood. The wood is folded over the chair's legs and back rest. This technically innovative wood layering helps lock the elements of the chair together. Upholstered seats are with textiles from Kvadrat or Refine Leather. Oak version: PU lacquered, form pressed oak wood veneer shell. Frame is made from solid beech wood. Colored version: seat and shell is made from ash, while frame and legs are made from solid beech wood.

  • Cleaning instructions

    For textile versions, please find cleaning instructions for your chosen textile at kvadrat.dk For leather versions clean leather with a dry cloth regularly. Treat the leather when needed using only special leather treatment products. For wood versions clean the chair with a damp cloth. If necessary only use a mild detergent or washing up liquid and not concentrated. Always wipe with a dry cloth afterwards. To minimize the risk of stains and marks, liquid, grease etc. should be removed straight away.

Thomas Bentzen, former designer at Louise Campell Studio, started his own studio in 2010. He is the co-founder of the design collective REMOVE and his products have received international recognition at fairs and exhibitions all over the world.