‘Sit Well. Feel Well. Look Well.’
- Sturdy plastic shell with attractive texture, seat upholstery or entire seat shell upholstered all around
- The plastic shell is available in different colors to match the paint colors of the frames
- Circular Black shell: made of polypropylene, a 100% recycled post-consumer plastic
- Armchair: felt shell made of 100% recycled PET felt
- Upholstered in a fabric from the fabrics collection
- Eleven different frames, from subtle wire frame and classic five-star base to wooden four-legged base
- Frames in polished aluminum, painted metal or wood
- Create a ton-sur-ton effect with the frame and shell in the same paint color
- Frames fitted with castors or glides to match the floor
Exceptional seating comfort
Experience the comfort of a desk chair, in the form of a visitor, dining or meeting chair. The unique shape of the seat and back perfectly supports you, allowing you to sit comfortably for a long time.
The unique design of the shell supports your back, while the remainder of your weight is distributed across the seat. The curve in the backrest ensures there are no uncomfortable pressure points.
‘The standard moulded seat fits onto eleven different frames.’
Modular and circular
The Well Collection is also completely modular in construction. The modular connections allow for an infinite number of combinations of the 11 frames and 4 types of moulded seat. The seats and frames are mutually interchangeable and components can easily be replaced.
The most circular models in the collection are the PET felt Armchair and the Circular Black. The seat of the Circular Black is made of polypropylene: a 100% recycled post-consumer plastic. No concessions have been made in terms of style, comfort or quality.
‘'We wanted to create a versatile chair, it had to be beautiful, but most importantly, it's very comfortable.'’
About the designer
Kees de Boer was born in 1969. After a course in automobile engineering at a technical secondary school from 1986 to 1990, he went on to study at the Academy for Industrial Design (now The Design Academy) in Eindhoven until 1996 where he chose the specialism Man & Work.
During his time in Eindhoven, he gained work experience in the design department of Studio Villa, Paolo Villa Industrial Design, in Milan in 1995. He worked on his graduation project at Dona Consult in Tilburg. After completing his studies, he worked as an industrial designer for Duvedec International bv in Veldhoven in 1997. He has been employed as a designer by Ahrend Produktiebedrijf Zwanenburg bv since 1997.
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