FourSure® Family

FourSure® 88

Clean lines and carefully thought out construction. That is what FourSure® 88 is all about. Stack them, put them aside and take them back again when more seating is needed. This perfect robust, stacking chair has endless colour combinations that will enliven any environment. Moreover, the chair has an almost artistic expression owing to the slender skid frame, organic shape, and smooth surface.

Clean lines and carefully thought out construction. That is what FourSure® 88 is all about.

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Design by Strand+Hvass

Stunningly elegant don’t you think?

With its unique, organic form, remarkable comfort and endless configurations, the FourSure® family is the ideal choice of contemporary design in high-quality for any modern multifunctional space. Moreover, the family is designed to offer maximum comfort and ergonomic support.

The unique combination of functions makes these chairs the ideal choice for facilities that need to reconfigure quickly and efficiently. Therefore, the FourSure® family is perfect for meeting, eating, learning and socialising.

Subsequently, the family has been extended to include a variety of base options, finishes and accessories. It is possible to upgrade the FourSure® family with upholstery, linking device, Inno®Note, armrest and grip hole to ensure even more efficiency and better ergonomic handling. So why not go with a FourSure®? They are easy to stack, store, and maintain.

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Designer
Strand+Hvass

Strand+Hvass

Industrial designer Christina Strand and architect Niels Hvass founded their design studio in Copenhagen back in 1998 to exploit their full potential for creating innovative and useful solutions for universal design challenges.