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Kurbits 324

Kurbits – a grande wing chair with slightly exaggerated shapes that give the classic design a twist. This version of Kurbits has a high back that includes a back and neck cushion. Produced in birch FSC Mix and also has a footstool that matches. The armchair is available with wooden seat or with a cushion with removable fabric. Also available with rubber weave on the seat.
Specification
  • Kurbits is a family of chairs, sofa, footstool and armchairs with a classic design that is inspired by the Swedish folk art.
    Kurbits is available as clear lacquered or as stained.
Technical specification
  • Unique ref.kurbits-324
  • Collection setKurbits
  • CollectionFurniture / Easy chair
  • TypeObject (single object)
  • Date of publishing2020-11-03
  • Edition number1
  • Height (mm)1150
  • Width (mm)800
  • Depth (mm)720
Related
  • Material mainWood
  • Material secondaryFabric
  • Designed inSweden
  • Manufactured inLithuania
  • Weight Net (Kg)20
Classification
  • BIMobject CategoryFurniture - Armchairs & Sofas
  • IFC classificationFurniture

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