FourCast® 2 Family

FourCast® 2 Four wooden legs

Robust yet stylish and elegant. FourCast® 2 Four Wood has the characteristic clean and crisp look of the FourCast® 2 family but perfectly paired with a warm touch from the wooden base. Moreover, despite the robustness of the chair, the back is designed to gently flex, providing comfort even after prolonged sitting, making it ideal for lectures, canteens, and multifunctional spaces.

Robust yet stylish and elegant. FourCast® 2 Four Wood has the characteristic clean and crisp look of the FourCast® 2 family but perfectly paired with a warm touch from the wooden base.

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Upholstery

Polypropylene shell, Seat pad, Fully upholstered, Wooden shell

Accessories

Grib hole, gliders

Maintenance Guide

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Design by Strand+Hvass

Oh, the charm of beauty and function all in one

The FourCast®2 is an extensive chair collection with a focus on function, ergonomic support, and elegant design. The simplicity of the V-shaped backrest makes the FourCast®2 ideal for variation and customisation.

Moreover, it is possible to upgrade FourCast® 2 with upholstery, linking device, Inno®Note, armrest and grip hole to ensure even more efficiency and better ergonomic handling in education, canteen- or conference facilities, where the chair is an obvious choice.rnrnIn need of a quick and easy refurnish? The four-legged chairs can easily and quickly be stacked on trollies, rearranged or stored away. With so many combinations possible, there is a FourCast®2 for every occasion, whether at work or home. We got it all covered.

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Designer
Strand+Hvass

Strand+Hvass

Industrial designer Christina Strand and architect Niels Hvass founded their design studio in Copenhagen back in 1998 to exploit their full potential for creating innovative and useful solutions for universal design challenges.