Selandia Lounge Chair - Teak from Skagerak Denmark - 1400507
Designers: Anders Hegelund & Lars Hegelund
The classic Selandia Lounge Chair was created for relaxing in the garden. The easy chair puts the spotlight on rest and relaxation, unlike other garden chairs, which are most often intended for dining.
The Lounge Chair, with its classic look, is a good match for both classic and modern garden furniture, and, combined with the stool, creates an integrated look that will grace any garden. The chair is easy to move around as required – to the suntrap in the garden, or when it is time to store it over the winter.
Maritime and comfortable
Selandia is the undisputed classic when it comes to functional folding furniture. The inspiration comes from the light, space-saving furniture used on the old Atlantic steamers, which were easy to fold up and clear away when the sun went down. Selandia is a modern version of these items of maritime furniture. The well thought-out design gives the chair unique sitting comfort.
The teak version is constructed using the best type of wood for garden furniture. This wood is strong, stable and very easy to work with. At the same time, teak has a uniquely high content of natural, impregnating oils that give it the capacity to resist rot and mould. Accordingly, quality teak furniture can be used outdoors all year round with no treatment required other than regular cleaning. If you want to preserve the beautiful color interplay and dark tones, you need to apply oil to the furniture.
All white-painted furniture is produced from FSC-certified eucalyptus. It is painted using a special method developed over several decades. This painting process consists of several steps and results in a full, lustrous finish that is also as strong as can be. The art begins before the actual painting process, when the wood is being dried to the optimum level of humidity to minimise expansion and contraction of the wood. This provides the base for the elegant white surface which is particularly suited for outdoor use.Read more about the wood used by Skagerak Denmark