Product description

Its elegant lines, sober colours and practical usage make Maui an extremely versatile chair, capable of satisfying the widest demands of the business and residential market. Maui chairs form a family rich in chromatic and formal variations, able to meet specifi c needs in communal areas, such as offi ces, workshops, waiting rooms, bars and restaurants, lecture and meeting halls, or in home environments, such as the dining room, the children' bedrooms and the study. The unitised olypropylene seat/back is attached to a chromed steel structure. Thanks to its design, the Maui chair can be stacked up to seven or five high. It can also be coupled with other chairs of the same type in endless rows by means of a simple rear hook. Available versions include: supplied with and without armrests in a matching colour with the seat and as a chair with folding tablet arm in black. The family of Maui chairs is complete with the addition of the selfextinguishing version. Frequently requested for businesses, this item is fi nally able to satisfy the highest demands of even the most specialized contract.

Material
Shell/arms: smooth batch-dyed polypropylene
Frame: chrome-plated steel
Table: laminated stratified H.P.L.

Product family

Concept

Designed between 1995 and 1996, the Maui chair was the focal point of design research in the nineties and is the first of a new era of single mould seats in material that has no ribbing, tracery, metal supports or reinforcements to support the back.

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