Product Pick Of The Week: Thomas Pedersen's Stingray Rocking Chair
The Stingray rocking chair in wood veneer by young Danish designer Thomas Pedersen was conceived as an innovative reworking of his earlier Stingray in plastic (shown further down in this post).
above: Thomas Pedersen
Pedersen’s rising prominence in the international design world can partly be explained by his remarkable ability to challenge familiar assumptions and his unwavering persistence to extend the previous boundaries of design. Stingray introduces a new meaning to the traditional rocking chair.
The shape of the rocking chair was partially inspired by a shell. This gives it a beautiful organic design which is raw on the outside but smooth and refined on the inside. A piece of furniture that provides a unique experience of inner tranquility. The steel frame has been constructed without any transverse lines thus accentuating the floating appearance of the chair.
Winner of the "Interior Innovation Award Cologne 2008".
Available in oak, walnut and the African wood macassar.
Dimensions w120 x h80 x d100 cm
buy the wood veneer one here.
The Stingray can also be ordered in an upholstered version with your choice of color and fabric from several options:
Buy the upholstered version here.
The chair is also available in white or black plastic as shown below:
Buy the white or black plastic one here.
$2,244.74 to $8,705.73 depending on options
W.120 D.100 H.80
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