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Gap is a stackable outdoor chair that suites indoors, too.

Gap refers to the spaces needed to stabilize the wooden structure. This will define the character of the chair. Gap also represents the border between indoors and outdoors, fusing them into one.

All components are mechanized using CNC technology. The traditional mortise and tenon structure is hold together by means of screws.

Gap optimizes material: it uses just 0,016 sqmtr from the thinnest sawn boards normally available.

Silla para uso exterior que también se adapta a espacios interiores. 

Gap alude a los huecos o espacios necesarios para estabilizar la estructura de lamas de madera. Esto determinará el carácter de la silla. Gap también representa la franja que separa el ambiente interior con el exterior y que este producto pretende unir y ocupar. 

Todos los componentes de gap se mecanizan mediante tecnología de control numérico. Es una estructura tradicional de espiga y escoplo sujeta mediante tirafondos y tornillos de unión, en lugar de pegamentos, que por si solos no resistirían un uso exterior extremo.

Gap está especialmente diseñada para optimizar material, ya que sólo consume 0,016 metros cúbicos de tabla de madera apta para uso exterior.

gap skecht (100%)

6 comments

  1. James Claxton

    We like this chair…how can we get our hands on it in Ireland?

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  3. Carl

    How can we get the chair in Germany?

    Cheers Carl

    • Hi Carl, thanks for your interest. You can purchase any of our products directly from us. Please contact us via email to find out about prices and shipping services. Thanks again.

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