Do

Orangebox Do task chair is the result of taking a completely fresh look at task chair design. Orangebox have worked hard to do more with less; less material, fewer parts & fewer product miles than ever before whilst still delivering the very best quality and performance. Orangebox Do backrest is in mesh with the seat available upholstered in various fabrics and leathers. Options for the Orangebox...
 

Lotus

Cappellini Lotus is a complete collection of seating units consisting of waiting armchair and low, medium and high armchairs, with or without armrests, available with four-spoke base in polished or chromed die-cast aluminium, with plastic tips, or with five-spoke base with or without castors and variable-height tilting movement. The armrests of Cappellini Lotus chair are also available in the base...
 

Masculo Chair

The Gubi Masculo chair is constructed from 12mm steel rod, powder-coated or in chrome finish. The backrest of the Gubi Masculo chair is in moulded FR polyurethane foam. Seat and backrest of the Gubi Masculo are available upholstered in a variety of fabrics and leathers (including COM/COL options subject to manufacturer's approval) Gubi Masculo chair is now available on a 4-star swivel base a...
 

Graph

Wilkhahn Graph chair is a new, high-end range of conference chairs with the core design being a seat shell that can be divided and put back together differently, with the armrests becoming the main link between the seat and the backrest. The original, unitary shell shape of Wilkhahn Graph is still recognisable, but a high level of visual lightness is achieved by the cut-out section and open armres...
 

DO

Do, a new task chair manufactured by Orangebox, continues Orangebox's theme of providing a quality product at a good price. The Do is available with either a mesh back or upholstered with a choice of stone or black back frame that is mirrored in the arms - height adjustable or multi-adjustable with options on the stem finish. Base comes in black, stone or polished aluminium.
 

Elephant On Trestle

Designed by the Neuland Industriedesign Studio for Kristalia, the Elephant on Trestle Swivel chair was launched at the 2011 Milan furniture fair. Elephant On Trestle is available on polished or painted die-cast aluminium swivel base. Metal finish: Polished aluminium 
 Painted aluminium in shade matching the chair Body finish: White polyurethane Black polyurethane Beige polyurethane...
 

Yanos

The Yanos from Girsberger is a versatile task chair for use in widely different situations. Thanks to the stretched elastic mesh of the backrest and a large number of position adjustments, the chair adapts itself ideally to individual body shapes. Yanos's prominent feature is the Y- shaped structure of its backrest. This allows the backrest to be adjusted in height and positioned according to t...
 

Stick chair

The Stick chair from ICF employs the minimum amount of materials to achieve the maximum transparency, greatest comfort, extreme lightness and easy handling. Stick Chair sums up the characteristics of the modern multipurpose armchair. It sets new reference standards in terms of design, innovation and quality for furnishing work areas, where functional characteristics are just as important as having...
 

ID Chair Concept

The ID Chair Concept from Vitra & designed by Antonio Citterio, caters for the various needs in the office: Based on the newly developed FlowMotion platform mechanism, the system provides more than 8,000 options for customisation to suit the individual user, while always remaining essentially the same chair in look and construction – with all the benefits this brings for companies in terms of ae...
 

AL3

AL3 is unique amongst swivel task chairs – the mechanics are completely tucked away inside the stand pipe which supports the seat. This patented innovation results in an elegant chair that features soft forms that contrast the cool gloss of the aluminium frame. Frame is available in black painted, polished aluminium or chromed aluminium. The backrest & seat are available in mesh, fabric or leat...