An ergonomically tuned moulded plastic chair with a perfectly defined profile. Available in six shell colours, with circular solid wood legs or a cast swivel base. The plastic itself has a very fine grain that lends texture to the piece, while the rim detail gives the design structure and character. The upholstered version has a delicate stitching line running across the seat, while a piping detail accentuates the chairs rim. Structurally robust, comfortable and flexible.
Dimensions: L54.2 x W45.3 x H45/82 cm
Materials: Injection moulded polypropylene shell, Cast aluminium base
Colours: Shell: Black White Grey Green Bordeaux, Orange
Delivery: 4-6 weeks
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