Lise Sunchair / 225 eur
Designed by Isbrand Design
This foldable sunchair is perfect for a daytrip to the beach, an open-air concert or an evening around the campfire. The frame is crafted from strong galvanized steel while the fabric is both water and dirt repellant, and super lightfast.
- Hot-dip Galvanized Steel
Outdoor Textile / Black Stripes
WxDxH: 69,5x55x69 cm / Seat H: 35 cm
Item no. 1560063
- WxDxH: 57x89x23 cm
Weight: 13,75 kg
- Material and care
Proper usage and maintenance
Hot-dip galvanized steel
After fabrication, the steel is hot-dip galvanized – literally giving it a quick bath in a kettle containing liquefied zinc. This creates a thick, matte alloy-coating which ensures superior corrosion protection and high longevity with a minimum need for maintenance.
Although the steel might seem shiny at the beginning, it will quickly grow matte in its appearance when used.
Cleaning and maintenance
Use soapy water and a brush. Do not use abrasive cleaning agents as this may damage the surface.
The product is usable in all types of wind and weather, all year round. However, during wintertime, it is advisable to store the furniture in an unheated room such as a garage or cellar.
Acrisol Listado is a fabric collection characterized by its soft touch and world-class outdoor features.
Made from a 100% dyed fiber acrylic called Dralon®, the fabric is:
- Extremely colour and lightfast
- Water and dirt repellent
- Good at avoiding condensation in high temperatures and humidity
- Abrasion resistant
- Removable and machine washable at 30° C.
Wipe the fabric with a damp cloth. In case of more obstinate stains, remove the upholstery and machine wash it at 30° C with a mild detergent. Do not dry clean it or tumble dry it. Iron the fabric with up to 110° C.
If the fabric is exposed to heavy rain, we recommend that you take it off and dry it indoor.
About the designer / Isbrand Design
Isbrand Design is made up by the design duo and married couple, Hans & Lise Isbrand. Together, they take pride in NOT cutting corners or choosing the line of least resistance. Au contraire, they think the best way to generate ideas is to challenge each other and themselves constantly. Often, the good ideas are not obvious until they are realized – and that takes a certain patience to test and try out. When Mr. and Mrs. Isbrand have gotten the perfect idea, they cut to the bone and make sure that only the most necessary forms and functions are left.