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S 33 / S 34
Elephant Swivel Chair
.05
Softshell Side Chair
S 360
Catifa 46 Sledge
Catifa 46 Swivel Chair
Pacific Chair
MedaSlim
Aava Chair
Softshell Chair with four-legged base
Unix Chair with Four Star Base
Aluminium Group EA 105
Oxford
Meda Conference
Offer
Catifa 46 Tube
Soft Pad Group EA 207 / EA 208
ID Trim Conference
Aluminium Group EA 103 / EA 104
Flat Bat Brno Chair
Series 7 Chair Front Upholstered
Visavis 2
DAL
Aluminium Group EA 101
MR Chair
TAC Chair
Soft Pad Group EA 205

Conference chairs - Guaranteed concentration with Vitra, Knoll International and Fritz Hansen


Conferences and meetings can be unnecessary lengthy and so stamina and a positive attitude is required. A high-quality conference chair should therefore guarantee that you can sit on it easily, comfortably and ergonomically over a long period of time. In addition, the context in which a meeting takes place is also important for the choice of the appropriate conference chair. Depending on whether the board of a group is meeting or the weekly meeting of a start-up takes place, the appearance of the associated seating should be appropriate for the occasion. Consequently the designs of contemporary conference chairs range from luxurious classics to very modern models. A large number can in addition be used very flexibly thanks to there simple design and can, for example, also be used as dining chairs.

Among the upscale conference chairs, the Vitra Aluminum Chairs by Charles and Ray Eames is particularly popular: here, for example, the swivel model with a low, ergonomically shaped backrest is particularly representative EA 107/108. If you like it more classically, the Brno Chair, produced by Knoll International and designed by Mies von der Rohe, which the architect developed for his legendary Villa Tugendhat. Functional, lightweight and stackable, and also suitable for other occasions, conference chairs such as the Meda Slim from Vitra, or the classic Series 7 Chair by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen. Both are among the iconic pieces of furniture of the mid-century design.