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Sina

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Sina

Uwe Fischer

Chairs

Description

Sina is a small swivel armchair with a four-spoke frame in aluminium, available in two versions: with wheels and a height adjustable seat or with a fixed seat and without wheels. The single shell forming the seat and back is made of thermoplastic material and stands out for its fluid lines and strong contemporary personality. Covered in either fabric or leather, Sina adapts with ease to home and contract settings.

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Shell:
white thermoplastic material, Bayfit® (Bayer®) flexible cold shaped polyurethane foam

Back:
tubular steel and steel profiles, Bayfit® (Bayer®) flexible cold shaped polyurethane foam

Swivel support frame:
bright brushed die-cast aluminium

Seating height adjustment:
raising mechanism operated by a manually controlled gas-lift

Rotation system:
damped swivel column

Wheels:
black plastic material for soft or hard surfaces

Ferrules:
white thermoplastic material

Cover:
fabric or leather in limited categories
 

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Designer

Uwe Fischer

Uwe Fischer studied industrial design at the Hochschule für Gestaltung in Offenbach. In 1985 he founded Ginbande Design. In the years that followed, he developed a number of experimental projects as well as numerous products. In 1993 he opened his office in Frankfurt Am Main.

The themes of the projects designed by Uwe Fischer's office are based primarily on the interest in and curiosity about problematic issues in architecture and design. The openness and willingness towards the contents reflects a very special way of working, which is mainly based on the dialogue with all partners involved in the different projects. The office does not see itself exclusively as a service provider, but as an experimental workshop. In 1993 Uwe Fischer received a chair at the Academy of Fine Arts in Nuremberg. Since 2001 he is helding the chair for Industrial Design at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart.

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