Jeroen Wand together with Vij5
“We have known Jeroen and his studio for a few years. He has his workshop close to ours, therefore we regularly get a sneak peak of his new projects in an early stage. When we got a first glimpse of this chair, it caught our attention. We simply fell in love with the characteristic form, the coloured surfaces and the unique combination of solid oak wood and plywood.”
– Arjan & Anieke
This stackable chair is originally designed for the educational room of the Stedelijk Museum ‘s-Hertogenbosch. The chair is sturdy and robust and has a very distinct design through which an open and honest usage is brought forward.
The combination of oak with plywood elements gives this chair an uncomplicated though rich appearance.
Since recently the S-Chair has even been certified with NEN-EN 16139 level 2, becoming more suitable for project use next to residential applications!
NEN-EN 1619 level 2: “Areas in which seating is occasionally or repeatedly subject to extremely high loads due to their specific types of use or due to improper use. Examples of end-use: night-clubs, police stations, transport terminals, sport changing rooms, prisons, barracks (non-controlled areas).”
design by Jeroen Wand
in collection since 2014
certification NEN-EN 16139 level 2
dimensions 42 x 54 x 79 cm, seating height 46 cm
material multiplex, oak, hpl
options armrests and/or cushioning
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