Howe 40/4 Chair
The famous 40/4 chair designed by David Rowland in 1964 is considered as the first true stacking chair and is the benchmark stack chair for the industry.
Designed originally as a side chair David Rowland through the years also designed other versions of the chair in order to provide a chair for almost any application, and at the same time keeping a uniform design language across the applications.
In addition, the broad palette of finishes (plastic resins, veneers and upholsteries) makes it hard to find an application the 40/4 does not fit.
Stackable up to 40 chairs on dolly.
485mm W x 533mm D x 765mm H x 456mm SH
SEATS, BACKS AND ARMRESTS
The seats and backs are triple curved. The front of the seat is with “waterfall” curve. Available with or without armrests.
Standard finishes: maple, beech, oak, cherry, ash, birch, walnut, and black stained.
PLASTIC RESIN VERSION:
The plastic resin version is a PA6 with fire-retarder. The surface is slightly textured and matt coated.
Standard colours: Howe Grey, Ayers Rock red, black, blue eyes, coconut, mandarin, apple, olive green, marine blue.
The sled frame is in round, solid steel rod. Frame finish comes in chrome or black, alu grey or Howe grey powder coating (min. 50 µ) as standard.
The 40/4 is available as:
side chair, armchair, barstool, lounge chair, swivel chair, chair with write pad, chair for outdoor use, chair with wooden frame.