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GRYTHYTTAN Sweden A2 Lounge Chair - Teak Frame w/Galvanized Base - CLEARANCE Fifty Percent Discount

Regular price $604.00 SGD
Regular price $1,208.00 SGD Sale price $604.00 SGD
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Grythyttan Stålmöbler's armchair A2 has brought the quality of Swedish design to patios, balconies and gardens since the 1930s – in fact, it was this garden chair that once propelled the success of the Swedish company. Designed by Artur Lindqvist, armchair A2 features a slender, stackable steel tube structure that provides a comfortable, gently rocking seating experience for any outdoor space. This distinctive steel base is a recurring feature in many of Grythyttan Stålmöbler's chairs. Over time, the galvanized steel parts will acquire a matte surface, while the untreated teak wood will develop a beautiful silver-gray patina.

Armchair A2 is part of Grythyttan Stålmöbler's Classic collection. With its first pieces dating back to the Swedish functionalist design of the 1930s, the Classic collection is designed specifically for outdoor use. Comprising minimalist steel frames and natural wooden elements, different pieces of the Classic collection complement each other effortlessly, while their timeless, modern feel makes them easy to pair with contemporary design as well. The products are made at Grythyttan Stålmöbler's factory in Sweden.

*This product is being sold at a special price as it has been on display in our showroom. The product may have small defects.
*All sale and clearance items are non-returnable, non-refundable and non-exchangeable. Warranty is not applicable.
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