Product description

Stacking chair with arms
Material: polypropylene with glass fibre added. Standard injection-moulded. Suitable for outdoor use.

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When Magis commissioned Jerszy Seymour to design Easy Chair in 2002, its objective was to develop the design for an outdoor chair with a greater aesthetic dignity that can normally be seen in plastic garden chairs. The company also aimed to produce a chair that would pass the strictest Catas tests, thus providing a serious alternative to the usual plastic garden chairs, which tend to be produced with an eye to saving on materials, and are therefore structurally weak and subject to breakage. Easy Chair, on the other hand, is a polypropylene chair with a simple, archetypal shape, as its name suggests, but equally, a chair that provides robust, aesthetically interesting lines. All in all, a chair suitable for any use, from domestic to contract, indoors or out, and available in a range of different colours. Easy Chair is the ideal partner for Easy Table, again stackable and suitable for outdoor use.

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