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It isn’t fabric, upholstery or cushions that makes ‘Thanks, No Sugar’ the best rocking chair to ease into, but thorough research into various seating positions and a cleverly designed rocking mechanism.

This easy chair is perfect for any spacious room, from lobbies, foyers and lounges, to entrance halls and waiting rooms. It is both wear-resistant and easy to clean. Clever design, amazing comfort.

Specifications
Thanks no sugar
Thanks no sugar

Dimensions
L 0.60 m/1.97 ft., W 0.60 m/1.97 ft., H 0.90 m/2.95 ft.
Materials
Birch plywood (FSC), HPL (paper-laminate)

The sheeting of the edges can be customized according to individual preferences.

Thanks, No Sugar is available as both a single- and twin-seater.

Journal

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Jun, 2013

Thanks, No Sugar is selected to be featured on Furniture Served, a gallery of the world’s best in design. It meets the high standards of chief curator Oscar Ramos Oroczo, who describes his selection process as follows: ‘With many thousands to choose from, we look for work that promotes new thinking in its industry.’

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May, 2013

Thanks, No Sugar is exhibited at Design Day, an Euregional design festival held in Maastricht

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Aug, 2012

The first pieces of Thanks, No Sugar are delivered. They are produced in The Netherlands by furniture maker LIMA Meubelmakerij in Vierlingsbeek.

Media

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White Box Rocking Chair by Dirk Ploos van Amstel

Best Design News (USA)

This is a very interesting piece of design, which emphasizes on elaborating the manufacturing process of this rocking chair. Actually, in the present days we see a lot of furniture design which are very appealing and looks stunning from outside, but most of us are unaware of the manufacturing process and are alien to the complexities involved in the design. We just use the products, but don’t know the insights of the design involved.
Hence Dirk Ploos van Amstel has come up with a rocking chair, which elaborates the making procedure and shows all the smaller units involved in making the entire chair. The joints, screws and everything is kept open for you to know the thing that you are sitting on. Isn’t it a great idea to know the development procedure of the product that we are using? This is exactly what this white box rocking chair is all about.