Art is an armchair. It’s comfortable. It’s made of a curved recycled plastic shell set atop a structure in recycled steel. It is covered by recycled polyester fabric. The polyethylene foam used is 35% recycled. « The Art chair seeks to highlight an unrecognized artisanal material created from recycled plastics coming from different industries: packaging and food processing. The sturdy seat invites you try it out ; you will let yourself be enveloped inside its remarkable shell. Many consider it a work of art ; just as many find it elegant and discreet. The materials used raise questions, leaving no one indifferent. » Designer : Charlotte Juillard
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Art is made of 77.5% of recycled materials.
Metal frame, external shell in recycled plastic, foam (partially recycled), wood internal structure
Fabric made from recycled threads
Frame: White (RAL 9010)
Recycled plastic shell: White recycled plastic
Fabric: Maharam messenger 5 (0046 light grey)
L 70 x W 65 x H 72 cm; 24Kg (around 27Kg with packaging).
It is recommended to regularly clean every NOMA product and remove dust with a soft and clean cloth slightly dampened. Process to clean the materials one by one, protecting others as necessary. Unhook the seats for cleaning if possible. Put cleaning products on a soft white cotton cloths or soft, clean, lint-free sponges and never directly on the chair. Test the products on a hidden part of the chair. Dab stains from the edge to the centre so they do not spread out. Remove any splashed.
Avoid heavy rubbing and cutting; avoid abrasive, scouring and stripping products as well as acids, bleach bases and harsh chemicals to clean NOMA products. Do not use polishing products (wax, silicone base, etc) nor strong solvents (pure alcohol, acetone, trichlorethylene, etc). Do not wash or rinse with “plenty of water” as water can penetrate the padding through the seams. Avoid any contact with solvents and concentrated alcohols so as not to make the coatings porous.