Warm aesthetic: New editions of Trinidad chair from Fredericia

As Trinidad chair, which was designed by Nanna Ditzel, celebrates its 25th anniversary, Fredericia presented a selection of new shades, including smoked, grey and light grey oak. By leaving the veneer with a visible wooden structure, the aesthetic is said to create a warm atmosphere in any setting, from residential homes to workspaces and restaurants. These shades become especially pronounced when combined with a frame in the new warm-matt color Flint.

The Trinidad chair has a curved shell to improve comfort. The cut-out fretwork in the seat and back compensates for a range of features that are typically impossible in plywood shell furniture. Namely, the body is ventilated while seated, and the curved shell provides acoustic properties. These qualities make Trinidad a popular chair for event spaces where large-scale seating is needed.

Photo credit: Fredericia

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