â€¨The â€˜Iko Ikoâ€™ chair from Jardan â€“ made for daydreaming
September 4th, 2009
Exploring a simple, pure aesthetic, the new ‘iko iko’ chair from Jardan brings sustainability to the fore of genuine Australian design.
The playful ‘iko iko’ combines a little cheekiness with a classic and refined aesthetic – it is a chair made for daydreaming.
‘iko iko’ uses a sustainable kiln-dried American Oak base and a steel sub-frame – delivering lightness, strength and tailored ergonomics – with high-resilience CFC-free polyurethane foams for comfort and longevity.’¨’¨The ‘iko iko’ chair is made to order and fully upholstered in fabric or leather with a pinched-edge stitching detail, and the legs are available in a range of stain finishes.
Like all of Jardan’s products, the ‘iko iko’ is designed with the full lifecycle in mind – offering to take back products at end-of-life to disassemble and recycle component parts.
Jardan have been specified in a number of 5 star Green Building Council of Australia projects.
With showrooms in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Singapore, Jardan are proud to be setting the benchmark in eco-aware Australian furniture production and proving that great Aussie design can indeed go hand-in-hand with a sustainable future.
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