Gerda Bench / 845 eur
Designed by Included Middle
Named after the inspiring and historical front runner in Danish weaving Gerda Henning, Skagerak’s new Gerda series is inspired by the iconic chequered tablecloth with references to the many magical summer nights spent outdoors around Denmark. The colours of the bench are soft and harmoniously tuned to come into their own in the delicate intensity of the Nordic summer light.
- Aluminum / Green Grey & Black Blue
WxDxH: 133,5x33x45 cm / Seat H: 45 cm
Item no. 1090004
- WxDxH: 37x140x50 cm
Weight: 14,6 kg
- Material and care
Proper usage and maintenance
Proper usage and maintenance is vital for getting the most out of the valuable resources we have. Our designs are made to last for generations, but just like everything else, they need a little care to get there.
Powder coated Aluminum
Powder coating is a high-quality and dry finishing process which makes is possible to create a thicker and more streamlined surface than with conventional liquid paint. To coating is applied on the super light-weight aluminum in order to reduce the risk of impact from moisture, UV, scratches and corrosion.
Use a soft brush with soapy water and wipe with a dry cloth. Note: Do not use abrasive pads or abrasive cleaning agents as this may harm the surface.
Although sturdy and resistant, powder coated aluminum is not invincible, and scratches in the coating can appear. To prolong the life of your product, we recommend to recoat the scratches immediately with our special touch-up paint.
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.
About the designer / Included Middle
Take a furniture designer (Chris L. Halstrøm) and a textile designer (Margrethe Odgaard) and place them in the same room. Now ask them to define a project. That is more or less how this unique design-duo Included Middle began their collaboration. ‘Since we come from two quite different professions our dogma is that both areas should be present in our products. Form, function, pattern and colours affect each other mutually when we work. As Included Middle we almost become a third person, who creates objects based on all four parameters.’