Stingray Lounge Chair

A Symphony in Scandinavian Design

Can be placed indoor or outdoors; Available in Multiple Shell Colours; Legs are customisable


It is an unorthodox chair only for the bold but versatile enough to fit any living space. The Stingray lounge chair can be used outdoors when mounted on a stainless steel frame and the hard shell can be customised with either a matte or glossy finish. With similarly sleek steel frames and a unique footprint, we believe the Insula Coffee Table by Erik Jørgensen serves as the perfect sidekick for the Stingray rocker. Coming in two sizes, Insula can be layered for a more multi-level look. This matches the dynamic sense of the Stingray, making the two a match made in heaven.


The Stingray Lounge Chair won Thomas Pedersen and Fredericia the 2008/2009 Danish Design Prize. This piece along with the Icicle Tables are new design classics in Danish Furniture Design.


Do check out the Matt Grey Stingray Lounge Chair that’s on sale.



Fredericia is a respected Danish design house, most renowned for their focus on design vision, precision and great attention to detail. They believe in selecting the highest quality raw materials in their furniture creations, with a long term aim to create luxury furniture pieces that become the contemporary classics of tomorrow.


Safety & Warranty Information

All Fredericia products have a 5 year warranty against material and construction defects. Fredericia furniture is known for its quality and they are known to deliver.


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Danish Design Co has a great range of designer lounge chairs! If you’d like to explore some Living Room design ideas, do check out our full Living Room Collection.

W 120cm x D 114cm H 83.5cm
Steel Frame: Flint, Clay, Chrome, White Painted, Stainless Steel
Shell Colours: Matt Grey, Matt White, White



Thomas Pedersen and Fredericia won the highly acclaimed 2008/2009 Danish Design Prize with the wooden version of the Stingray, which utilized the world’s largest 3D-veneer press. Many of his designs are nature inspired with unconventional innovation in materials and/or construction.


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