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The geometric sled base of the Fiber Side Chair creates a nice contrast with the shell's innovative wood fiber and plastic composite, creating a chair that is at once slightly raw and polished. Emulating Scandinavian design values in the curve of the seat, the Fiber Side Chair with sled base is ideal for any professional or home space, including restaurants, hotels or bars.
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Designer Title Iskos-Berlin
Swatch color
Hover farve #c8d1c9
Material Shell consists of an innovative composition with plastic and up to 25% wood fibers. The wood fiber and plastic blend is injected into the mold, forming the chair’s shell. The steel sled base is CNC-bent and powder coated.
Cleaning instructions Clean with a moist cloth. If necessary use a little dish soap on the cloth. For upholstery versions please find cleaning instructions for your chosen textile at www.kvadrat.com. For leather upholstery versions: Clean the leather with a dry cloth regularly. Treat the leather at least four times a year using only special leather treatment products for aniline leather.
Detail Background Color #dcc4b2

Fiber Side Chair Sled Base

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Material and care

Fiber Side Chair Sled Base

Material and care
/   Iskos-Berlin
  • Material

    Shell consists of an innovative composition with plastic and up to 25% wood fibers. The wood fiber and plastic blend is injected into the mold, forming the chair’s shell. The steel sled base is CNC-bent and powder coated.

  • Cleaning instructions

    Clean with a moist cloth. If necessary use a little dish soap on the cloth. For upholstery versions please find cleaning instructions for your chosen textile at www.kvadrat.com. For leather upholstery versions: Clean the leather with a dry cloth regularly. Treat the leather at least four times a year using only special leather treatment products for aniline leather.

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Fiber Side Chair Sled Base

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  • Material

    Shell consists of an innovative composition with plastic and up to 25% wood fibers. The wood fiber and plastic blend is injected into the mold, forming the chair’s shell. The steel sled base is CNC-bent and powder coated.

  • Cleaning instructions

    Clean with a moist cloth. If necessary use a little dish soap on the cloth. For upholstery versions please find cleaning instructions for your chosen textile at www.kvadrat.com. For leather upholstery versions: Clean the leather with a dry cloth regularly. Treat the leather at least four times a year using only special leather treatment products for aniline leather.

 
  • Material

    Shell consists of an innovative composition with plastic and up to 25% wood fibers. The wood fiber and plastic blend is injected into the mold, forming the chair’s shell. The steel sled base is CNC-bent and powder coated.

  • Cleaning instructions

    Clean with a moist cloth. If necessary use a little dish soap on the cloth. For upholstery versions please find cleaning instructions for your chosen textile at www.kvadrat.com. For leather upholstery versions: Clean the leather with a dry cloth regularly. Treat the leather at least four times a year using only special leather treatment products for aniline leather.

Iskos-Berlin is a Copenhagen-based design duo that has made international headlines within furniture, industrial, and graphic design. The studio, formerly known as Komplot Design, has collaborated with some of the world’s most prestigious manufacturers and their furniture, lighting, and other design products, are exhibited at numerous design museums around the world, including MoMA and the Danish Design Museum.