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The chair and sofa range blends a prestigious appeal with exceptional design and comfort that’s second to none. The stylish aluminium frame with curved cross sections and organic transition points form the characteristic contour around which cushioning of the cube-shaped seat body appears to envelop itself. The upholstery’s thin and flat on the outside, with a defined curve on the inside. It looks soft, but is firm and offers comfortable support for different seating positions.
The low tables have been designed to match the Asienta chair. The bright chromium-plated, matt-polished or coated frames support the tabletops made of veneered wood, or of single-pane reinforced glass coated on the bottom in black or white.
Aula looks intriguingly seamless because the colours and surfaces of all the chair’s parts are the same. Its precise lines and the way the leg frame, armrests and seat shell fuse with the rest of the structure suggest an organic sculpture. The form, elasticity and ergonomic design of the seat shell provide excellent support and comfort, even when people of all shapes and sizes sit on it for long periods of time.
Cana is the last word in versatility. If you fold out the three backrest sections, the simple bench becomes an elegant two-seater that is ideal for casual discussions in private. The seat can also be pulled out to make Cana a comfortable place for power napping and an integral part of modern working life.
Chassis is a trendsetting statement in any backdrop. It’s an ideal choice for meeting rooms, recreational areas, workshops and studios, customer service areas, hotel rooms, restaurants or conferences. Quite simply, it’s a chair for contemporary life styles.
Dynamic. Space-saving. Superbly designed. Desk-sharing, flexible teamwork and short-term integration of freelancers into project groups have become an integral part of our daily work routine. That means it is high time for this to be reflected in the working environment too.
The lectern is also moveable and very stylish. Its slim, perforated panelling and ease of use have made the lectern a popular item at press conferences and speakers’ platforms.
By tilting the table top, the desks can be stacked into one another to save space.
The FS-Line was launched back in 1980. And its highly flexible, unitary seat- and backrest shell are still considered a global milestone in dynamic seating.
As a stylish table for meetings, or prestigious piece of conferencing furniture, Graph stands for high-quality interaction.
The choice of premium-design conference chairs has remained virtually unchanged for decades. The graphical quality of its cuttingedge shape stands out at first glance. And it’s this feature that the chair owes its name to. An organic seat shell is cut through horizontally and then vertically, modified and re-assembled to produce this ingenious product. The upshot is a fascinating mix of fluid and streamlined form, closed and transparent areas, harmony and contrast.