- Parker VI 2731/10
- Ivo Schelle, Jonas Kressel
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Yes, Parker can do this as well: as an upholstered chair it adorns each lobby, and with wheels it is definitely at home in luxurious meeting rooms.
With a wooden frame in cantilever or 4-leg models, Parker emanates an intimate atmosphere. This model of Parker makes it suitable for all applications where a sense of well-being plays a major role. Areas such as hotel rooms, for example, reception areas or meeting rooms, but also libraries where Parker serves as an easy reading.
Steel supports look serene on Parker, turning it into an excellent visitor’s chair, looking in place at restaurants or meeting rooms – forming an ideal combination with Casala’s Wishbone table here. The options in steel range from four legs round or square tube, with or without castors up to and including 2 cantilever models.
View it from any side, Parker always looks good. Its supports of flat steel make all its facets shine. Its high-grade material, worked into a cross base or into 2 cantilever models, renders it a certain elegance, also in restaurants, administrative offices or management rooms.
It already shows in the shape of the shell, Parker can feature as an armchair or as a chair, dependent on the height of its support. Options include a plate base, tiltable and memory return. These options make Parker the perfect companion in each space on any occasion, from conference room to lounge.
It already shows in the shape of the shell, Parker can feature as an armchair or as a chair, dependent on the height of its support. Options include a cross, with or without castors, adjustable height, tiltable and memory return. These options make Parker the perfect companion in each space on any occasion, from conference room to lounge.
Parker owes its broad range of applications to the design of its unique shell, which is designed to be compatible with thirty different frames – from star-base to cantilever, and from a low lounge chair to a high bar stool. Parker in the bar, where people are casually relaxing with their feet on its foot rest.
The vast variety is visible making it possible to create an aesthetic coherence in large buildings. Parker is found in the lobby as a traverse bench then, at the fireplace as a comfortable lounge chair with tilt function, in the waiting room as a wooden chair with cantilever frame and in the consultation room as a functional model with steel legs.