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Orgatec 2016: the better new chairs.

The quality of the new chairs launched at Orgatec 2016 shows a very high quality level; chairs for every price range, work activity and environment. Design is an important to create an identity in a very conformed scenario.Task chair offer sophisticated mechanisms for an automatic dynamic comfort. Above all, executive chairs are focused on comfort rather than on status. Many new sustainable seating family are launched for contract.

Sedus, se-line.
The central bearer which connects the seat with the moveable backrest and arm rests is the most innovative achievement that detects its users at the first contact. The body’s forces are transmitted to the backrest via the arm rests and converted into the appropriate backrest pressure for an ergonomic comfort.

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Vitra, AM Chair, design by Alberto Meda.
The synchronised mechanism automatically responds to the user’s weight, providing a personalised comfort. It adheres to functional requirements and avoid structurally superfluous elements.The plastic frame and translucent mesh cover offer a sense of lightness.

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Haworth, Fern.
Inspired by nature, this human-centered task chair offers high levels of balance, flexibility, and performance. The Wave Suspension™ system is the heart of the chair and the key to its back comfort and flexibility. Fern accommodates the diverse working population with new levels of all-day comfort, regardless of size, posture, or work mode. It provides total back support and respond to your every movement.

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Segis, Camel, by Bartoli Design.
A versatile seating family suitable for many uses.The simple and joyful shape expresses creativity without missing the comfort; it is available in various multifunctional options respond to multiple context from workplace to residential. It is made with recyclable polypropylene in various colours and can also be covered in fabric or leather combined with a number of bases.

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BuzziSpace, BuzziFloat, design by Alain Gilles.
Home and contract chair with a simple design and a strong graphic personality. The seat is “floating” on the base. It is available with three base options and upholstered.

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Luxy, Italia, design Favaretto &Partners.
This executive chair is a perfect palanche between innovative technology and handcraft. It has an exposed metal structure in high-strength steel-rod (available in chromed or embossed black or white painted version, too) provides a stylish support to a cold-foamed shell of varying density. Different versions are available.

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Diemmebi, S’Mesh, design Basaglia Rota Nodari.
Contract chair selected by ADI Index 2016 for Compasso d’Oro; it is stackable up to 50chairs; thanks to a patented interlocking system, the structure does not use screws so the disassembling and the recycling are very easy. The backrest maintains the fabric’s tension so that it adapts to the user.

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Offect Phoenix, design by Luca Nichetto.
It is a sustainable chair for contract and home, designed respecting the Life Circle. A simple structure composed by only four elements. Each damaged part can be easily replaced and the old part are renewable.

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Interstuhl Bimos, Labsit.
Thanks to its hygienic design it is the perfect seating solution for pharmaceuticals, chemistry and health care field. The clever combination of material, form and processing provides all properties needed for use in the lab.

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Wilkhahn, PrintStool One, design by Thorsten Franck.
A renewable, biodegradable and customizable stool collection made by 3D technology. The very strong three-dimensional structures stand out for efficient use of material.

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