Product Story

Product Story

Deft raises the art of the exposed skeleton in a beautifully sculpted frame of solid ash. While the chair enhances progressive interiors, its refined shape and lean scale never overpower. Deft marries innovative solid-wood carving technology with elegantly shaped upholstered elements in a family of comfortable guest chairs made from solid ash. The design is available in an armless version as well, for occasions when a smaller footprint is required or simpler egress is desirable.

Designer

Khodi Feiz

Khodi Feiz is an industrial designer who was born in Iran and grew up in the USA.

 

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Dimensions

Depth
23"

Width
19" Armless
23-1/4" Arm chair

Height
32" Overall, Armless
18" Seat at front
17-1/2" Seat at back
25-1/2" Arm

Product Numbers

SDE1
Armless

SDE2
Arm chair

Construction

Premium-grade solid ash frame with mortise-and-tenon joinery and grooved corner blocks for maximum structural integrity

Geiger was one of the world's first companies to develop water-based wood finishes. Today, Geiger offers a full range of furniture to meet your LEED goals.

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