ypology of a traditional deck-chair is extended with a removable sunshade. The construction of the sunshade is a wooden frame similar to the frame of back legs, resulting in a strong X form when the sunshade is open. The weight of the wooden cylinder is pulling the fabric of the sun-shade to the ground when the user pushes the sunshade frame backwards. Two "pockets" are stitched on the fabric stripe at the position of the rest of the userís head and under the seat. The wooden construction is made of Acacia wood treated with natural oils and the fabric stripe is made of heavy duty impregnated cotton textile.