The Howe 40/4 is a design icon of the 20th century. Designed by David Rowland, since its launch in 1964 over 8 million have been made. The elegant lines and excellent ergonomics combine with a superb ability to make use of space with dense storage. Up to 40 chairs stack quickly and neatly into a height of 4 feet, giving the chair its name.
The 40/4 chair is widely used and can be seen in many important churches such as Canterbury, Salisbury and St Paul's Cathedrals.
The Howe 40/4 can used as a side chair, armchair, or a row of chairs, all of which can be stacked and transported easily on different wheeled dollys. There is also a variety of finishes and fabrics from which to choose.
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A competitive delivery quote can be provided on request for all areas including international shipping.
Typical turn-around of 10 - 14 weeks.
400 Howe 40/4 chairs supplied by Treske are set out regularly for different services and events and often cleared completely from the nave, replacing older inflexible seating.
Treske supplied Howe 40/4 upholstered chairs and seating, also designing and making bespoke crematorium furniture consisting of a bariatric catafalque, frontals, reader, AV controls, console table, cross, flower stands and memorial bookcase, along with curtains and tracking for the committal area.
The Howe 40/4 chair was chosen by Chester Cathedral for its flexibility, dense stackability, ease of setting out, comfort and for the reliability and reputation of the world leading stacking chair.