Frame Colour: Brown lacquered
Cover Colour: Light blue
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The “Alfred” director’s chair is the classic model amongst our director’s chairs and set chairs. Crossed legs, collapsible armrests and a slightly angled backrest define this classic design. A timeless director’s chair for all occasions.
Our “Alfred” director’s chair takes its name from Sir Alfred Joseph Hitchcock, the British filmmaker who worked as a director, screenwriter, editor and producer. Hitchcock’s complete works include 53 feature films, amongst them his most famous work, “The Birds”.
“The Birds” (1963) is considered the classic horror film, closely followed by “Psycho” (1960) and “North by Northwest” (1959).
Information on the type of wood and the upholstery fabric used for the chair
The brown lacquer of this model, which is produced exclusively in the EU, protects the solid beech wood. At the same time, the grain remains visible and is gets a darker, nut brown tone. The hinges and/or fittings are all made exclusively of steel.Please notice that beech wood in general is not weather-proof. The chair can not be left outside permanently. Please simply fold it and store it, if it's not used.For pure outdoor purposes please have a look at our directors chair Oscar in Iroko wood (similar to teak).
The lightest of our blue colors could also be called sky-blue. The lightfast, water resistant and durable light blue polyacryl can take a lot. It even is unharmed by light rain showers.
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