FourMe® Family

FourMe® 44

Timeless and classic, yet still modern and warm: Yes, please. The simple and elegant four-legged FourMe® 44 is perfect for bringing a domestic feel to the public space interior. The ultra-soft surface of the shell chair is enforced with excess fibres from European lumber production, visible to the eye making every chair unique. Simplicity and functionality perfectly aligned: you’re welcome.

Timeless and classic, yet still modern and warm: Yes, please. The simple and elegant four-legged FourMe® 44 is perfect for bringing a domestic feel to the public space interior.

Clear

Upholstery

Polypropylene shell, Seat pad, Inside upholstery, Fully upholstered

Accessories

Loose seat pad, gliders

Instructions

Maintenance Guide

Design by Strand+Hvass

Pull up a chair and get comfortable

When it comes to the FourMe® family, it doesn’t matter which one you choose, they all have a strong back, soft front and wild heart. Moreover, the striking silhouette offers maximum comfort and organic, spacious design with universal appeal. Therefore, the family is perfect for bringing a warm, domestic feel to the public space interior or any dining or meeting area.

The ultra soft-grip surface of the shell chair consists of a bio-composite material enforced with wood fibres, visible to the eye, making every chair unique and a very different tactile experience from other conventional shell chairs. You can add upholstery for more character or leave it as it is. The possibilities for customisation are endless, so we leave it up to you. Go ahead; create your own.

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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.