Contemporary chair QUADRA
oakplywoodsteel base

contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
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Characteristics

Style
contemporary
Material
oak, plywood
Base material
steel base
Market
contract
Options
upholstered, stackable, cushion
Color
black, white, brown
Designer
by Mario Ferrarini
Base type
4-footed
Seat width

55 cm (22 in)

Total height

78 cm (31 in)

Seat depth

44 cm (17 in)

Description

Chair with a curved wooden board and metallic structure designed by Mario Ferrarini. The Quadra chair is useful in projects that require resistant, versatile chairs with a timeless design such as educational centers, conference halls, restaurants, homes or collaborative spaces. Available in multiple finishes, Quadra by Mario Ferrarini offers a stackable version of up to 10 units. Includes the option of adding an upholstered cushion to the seat and to the backrest. Calibrated steel structure powder coated in thermoreinforced polyester in white or black. Curved oak plywood stained in the finishes of our collection. Black or white plastic glides. Quadra evolves and brings a new upholstered backrest to pair it with the seat cushion. Its curved back hugs you in, and its seat will keep users comfortable all day long. Calibrated steel structure powder coated in thermoreinforced polyester in white or black. Curved oak plywood stained in the finishes of our collection.
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