December 17, 2009

An elegant stacking chair with a curving wooden shell, designed by Wolfgang C. R. Mezger.

The striking, generous and elegant Kirkos stacking chair takes its name from the Greek word meaning ‘to encircle’, emphasising the unique shape that literally encircles the occupant, providing superb comfort.

There are two variations in addition to the all-wood shell – one with seat pad, the other with fully upholstered liner. Kirkos is a luxurious design suitable for dining and meeting in leisure and corporate environments alike.This extraordinary design is offered in clear lacquered walnut veneer, coloured or stained beech veneer and white laminate with oiled edges, each supported by a universal four-legged tubular steel frame.

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