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Bucket Chair

PP - Grey
405,00 90,00 Excluded VAT
1 in stock

This is an outlet product. Instead of throwing these products away, we give them a second life. Enjoy outlet products at a fun and attractive price. The Bucket Chair designed by Richard Hutten (2017).

Please note, this price is excl. VAT. Come to our showroom and pick it up for free. Otherwise shipping costs will be charged.

Specifications
Article number 20211110-03
Properties
Material:PP
Frame:Chrome
Condition:Almost new
Regular price:€ 405,- excl. VAT.
The Story

Bucket Chair steel frame – Polypropylene

Lensvelt asked Richard Hutten to design the most sustainable and comfortable bucket chair out there. The expectations were for Richard to design an aluminum mechanism that automatically adjusts to one’s body weight - a complex product. Nevertheless, Richard came up with a much more intelligent solution: an assembly by only using a fairing and a frame connected with four screws. The chair is made of the same plastic that car bumpers are made of. This allows for the Bucket Chair to remain infinitely flexible. Richard positioned the mounting points on the frame in such a way that the shell moves with your body.

Additionally, the chair is also easy to disassemble. If the tub or frame should ever break, it is easy to replace.

The seat is made of plastic (polypropylene), available in various colors and different frame colors.

Richard Hutten

Richard Hutten (1967) is known for his conceptually innovative and more importantly, sustainable design. Graduated from the Design Academy Eindhoven and started his own studio in Rotterdam. Richard developed his own subtle and sober design style. In 1992 he broke through internationally with his very functional, no-nonsense “No Sign of Design Chair” that was the first of the iconic series. Currently Richard Hutten is one of the internationally renowned leading figures in the industry.  His work can be found in over 40 museums in the world, including MoMA New York, Victoria & Albert Museum London, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and Vitra Designmuseum, Weil am Rhein.

Downloads

Here you can download our product related files. 3D files are also available in our Lensvelt SketchUp 3D Warehouse.
 

20200928180605_3d-files.zip 3D Files
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