Length: 740 mm
Width: 600 mm
Height: 860 mm
Weight: 14 kg
Designer: Floris Schoonderbeek
Space: Suitable for indoors and outdoors
Warranty period: 12 months
Waterproof: Waterproof - possible to keep outdoors
Material: Larch Wood
Finish: Untreated
There is resin coming out of the chair. How can I remove resin? 
The label on the chair indicates how to remove the resin. Do not use turpentine, which can cause staining.

How can I treat the Fieldchair?  
To treat the Fieldchair, we offer a Maintenance Kit for wood in our webshop. 

How can I maintain my Weltevree products in the best way?
More maintenance tips for our products can be found on our maintenancepage.

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SUSTAINABLE LARCH WOOD  


The Fieldchair is made entirely of untreated larch wood, harvested exclusively from sustainable forests. The larch wood gives the chair its natural look and emphasizes the strength of the material. Larch wood is very durable and will last up to 10 to 15 years even without any treatment. When left untreated, larch wood ages to a beautiful silver-gray color.

JOINING THE BEAMS


Strong polyester joints are used in the assembly of the field chair. These hold the beams together while leaving narrow gaps between them. As a result, the Fieldchair offers you more comfort. The joints between the bottom of the seat and the backrest create enough space to fold the chair into a compact form that you easily store.

A LOOP TO TIE IT ALL TOGETHER


At the front of the seat is a strong loop made of textile. This loop is strong enough to support the weight of the Fieldchair when hung on a hook or carried by hand.

"I feel that the advent of computers and smartphones has created a need for authenticity. People want to be able to distance themselves from everyday life and want to sit in front of a small fireplace or experience things hands-on rather than through a digital screen. The real luxury is enjoying those moments surrounded by only the basics of life."

Floris Schoonderbeek