Week-end - Week-End Garden Chair - Terracotta

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Chaise de jardin Week-End - Terracotta
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Week-End Garden Chair - Terracotta
Studio Brichet-Ziegler

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The WEEK-END garden chair by Studio BRICHETZIEGLER fuses aesthetics with practicality.
The oval, contoured shape of the seat outlines the backrests forming a striking graphic motif. Its unique design and comfort give it a sense of timelessness.

Made of aluminum, the chairs are as robust as they are lightweight.
The chairs have also been designed so they can be stacked 6 high.
All chairs are water and UV resistant, are suited for use by the ocean.

Add in one of our full or slatted Week-end tables for 6 to 8 people to wholly embrace the collection’s aesthetic.

Seat cushions can also be included for added comfort.

ENVIRONMENT: Outdoor & Indoor

MATERIALS: Aluminum Matt grained powder paint - water and UV-resistant for outdoor



Length: 20.4 inches

Depth: 19.6 inches

Height: 30.3 inches

Seat height: 17.7 inches

Weight: 6.6 lbs

Design and edition: 2017

Clean with clean water or soap and no detergent. Wipe carefully to avoid traces of limescale. For very stubborn marks, use an alcoholic glass cleaner.Do not use abrasive or metallic sponges, scouring powder or any other detergent.

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Studio Brichet-Ziegler

Caroline Ziegler et Pierre Brichet founded the studio BRICHETZIEGLER in 2010. The design duo built up through exchange and dialogue to make an open think tank, where poetry, materials and forms express with sensitivity.

They collaborate with several furniture and lighting companies, and work on industrial projects and interior design.

In 2015, they started a new adventure while launching a self made collection, By Hands. A family of objects and small furniture, imagined, designed and made by themselves in their workshop, in limited edition. This is a laboratory for various researches on shapes and materials. They were awarded the VIA Project Assistance grants in 2011 and 2012, and the Bourse Agora grant in 2007 with Collectif Dito.In 2018, they are awarded Grand Prix de la Création de la Ville de Paris.