The Stingray was designed by Thomas Pedersen in 2002 as a modern interpretation of the classic rocking chair. The generous shape of the shell offers a variety of sitting positions.
Pedersen is often inspired by organic shapes found in nature, and found the flowing shape of the stingray fish the perfect muse for the shape and name, Stingray. The story behind Stingray begins In 2002, when Thomas Pedersen was completing his final project to qualify as an architect. He selected a rather untraditional item – a rocking chair in fibreglass and steel. Although the Aarhus School of Architecture has an extremely well-equipped timber workshop, his choice of materials posed problems as it has no facilities for his chosen materials.
Stingray is available with a shell of plastic or fully upholstered in fabric or leather. The plastic version is in black or white. Both versions are available with chrome, black or white painted steel or stainless steel frame. The stainless steel frame makes it possible to place Stingray outdoors.
3510: rocking chair, wood: W: 120 cm, D: 114 cm, H: 83,5 cm, Sh: 34 cm
3500: rocking chair, plast: W: 120 cm, D: 114 cm, H: 83,5 cm, Sh: 34 cm
3520: rocking chair, wood, frontside upholstered: W: 122 cm, D: 114 cm, H: 86 cm, Sh: 34 cm
3525: rocking chair, fully upholstered: W: 122 cm, D: 114 cm, H: 86 cm, Sh: 34 cm