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Hjorthagen

Bench

Peter Brandt

Painted wood has been popular in Swedish furniture for several centuries, dating back to when local carpentry was painted to resemble French furniture. Paradoxically, painted wooden furniture later became Swedish hallmark. This bench, like the painted table, armchairs and benches in the Hjorthagen family, make elements of this style durable enough for the outdoors.

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Dimensions and weight

Width: 180 cm
Height: 45 cm
Sitting height: 45 cm
Depth: 40 cm

Length: 180 cm
Depth: 40 cm
Height: 45 cm
Weight: 16 kg

Materials

Cover-glazed Pine.
Oiled Oak.
Sioo-treated Oak.
FSC-labeled Sipomahogny.

The bench is made in oiled oak, or alternatively, painted pine. The seat and backrest are made in profile-planed glulam. Plastic feet are provided for the legs. The standard colours for the painted pine are yellow NCS S 3060-Y20R, white NCS S 0502-Y, Green NCS S 8010-B90G and reddish-brown NCS S 4550-Y80R.

Standard colours

NCS S 3060-Y20R (Gul)
NCS S 0502-Y (Vit)
NCS S 4550-Y80R (Röd)
NCS S 8010-B90G (grön)

Product number

U16-44Hjorthagen bänk
B11-07Startkostnad för målning av trä i en annan färg än standard
U16-55Fastsättningsjärn till Hjorthagen set om 4 st

Additional description number

E = Oak
G = Yellow NCS S 3060-Y20R
V = White NCS S 0502-Y
GR = Green NCS S 8010-B90G
RB = Reddish-brown NCS S 4550-Y80R

Assembly and placement

Delivered in parts for assembly with the bolts provided.

Freestanding. Ground fixtures can be ordered separately using product code U16-55. Two sets of ground fixings are required to mount all four legs.

Maintenance

Painted pine can be treated with alkyd oil enamel as needed.
The oak should be oiled at least once a year.
The oak will darken and turn grey over time.

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Variants

The bench is made in oiled pine, oiled mahogany or in alkyd oil enamel on pine, standard colours.

Character

A traditional painted wooden bench elegantly crafted in pine.

Hjorthagen

Bench

Peter Brandt

Painted wood has been popular in Swedish furniture for several centuries, dating back to when local carpentry was painted to resemble French furniture. Paradoxically, painted wooden furniture later became Swedish hallmark. This bench, like the painted table, armchairs and benches in the Hjorthagen family, make elements of this style durable enough for the outdoors.

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Designers

Peter Brandt

Peter Brandt is a designer and interior architect living in Stockholm. Educated at Kungliga Konsthögskolan, the Konstfack University College of Arts in Stockholm, Crafts and Design, and Kunstakademiets Arkitektskole in Cophenhagen. He has received several awards over the years as Excellent Swedish Design and is represented at the Nationalmuseum.