Designed by Claudio Bellini, the Ace chair is inspired by a graceful design that follows an endless loop, creating a unique visual alliance between the upholstered seat pad and single-shell frame.
The striking design of Leola delivers a versatile, multifunctional chair. Its versatility is compounded by the many options available to the user including various frame types, arms, backs, seats and upholstery finishes.
Designed by Paolo Lucidi and Luca Pevere, Zen is adaptable with eight vibrant colour options and three base variations including a chrome four-legged and sled frame option. With its fun, figure embracing shell, it delivers unique style to community areas, meeting rooms, bars and bistros. For further customisation of the chair, an upholstered seat pad is available. For transient spaces, a trolley is available for moving stacked chairs.
Multiply offers a modern design which is simple and compact, yet functional. Non-upholstered chairs can neatly stack together for easy storage or transportation making it perfect for transient spaces. Its robust, tubular steel frame can be finished in silver, black, black graphite, white or our new colour options and its wooden shell has the choice of an open or closed back.
Designed by Alberto Basaglia and Natalia Rota Nodari, this product features a patented interlocking system allowing the product to be assembled without screws, keeping costs to a minimum. Vice Versa Mesh offers a range of options including a polypropylene or upholstered seat with a mesh backrest available in three colours.
Vice Versa is an innovative product with distinctive lines, designed by Alberto Basaglia and Natalia Rota Nodari. It is assembled without screws and features a patented interlocking system that keeps costs to a minimum and facilitates disposal at the end of life.
Focus is a traditional breakout chair that embraces comfort and performance. The high quality 20mm tubular four-legged frame is finished in chrome and provides a functional and robust platform for this affordable seating range.
Designed in Italy by Paolo Scagnellato and Jeremiah Ferrarese, Salto was created with flexibility in mind and the concept of designing a simple, yet attractive product that offers a technical solution for a multitude of applications. The versatility of the components allows the chair to be adapted for use in offices, meeting rooms, training rooms and waiting rooms.