Fredericia Stingray Wood Rocker

This modern eye-catching  piece of furniture was partially inspired by a shell. Its shape is a unique and almost futuristic interpretation of the classic rocking chair. Adapted to nowadays this modern and dynamic piece of furniture is built for comfort and can accommodate a large variety of positions, being in the same time very beautiful. The organic design it’s a modern feature, raw on the outside  but smooth and refined on the inside.

This creation of Thomas Pedersen is more inspired by nature than you would ever think. The unusual chair is basically derived from the stingray, and let’s be honest it really looks like a giant stingray moving across the bottom of the sea. Although it looks great, the functionality came first, not the design. This particularly model is available in oak , walnut and a special African wood called Makassar. Stingray is also available in an upholstered version, offering you countless hours of relaxation.

The chair’s frame has been crafted from chromed steel without transverse lines to accentuate its  floating appearance, after all it was inspired by the sea. It measures 33.5”W x43.3”D x28.3”H and this perfect proportioned item can be also complemented by a sheepskin for a maximum of comfort and   a great look. It can be placed anywhere the ambience  is suitable and the added value is way higher than the price you pay for it. It can be a great focal point in to your chamber and the connoisseurs will fall in with it  immediately.Available for $4,495.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on February 20th, 2012


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