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Quickly gaining a lot of attention is the Minerva tub chair from Melbourne-based commercial furniture supplier Platform Furniture.
Manufactured to the highest standards, this stunning chair comes upholstered in premium black Italian leather, accented by beautifully crafted stitching. With its high-end look and quality finish, this product is both stylish and durable.
Supplied with fixed feet, however delivered with optional casters, the Minerva offers flexibility and mobility in the way it is installed and used. Featuring a 360-degree swivel, this chair offers comfort and function in an elegant form.
With its slender profile and quality black powder-coated frame, the Minerva is an on-trend seating option suiting many design schemes and applications. As an alternative to its leather upholstery, the Minerva also comes in a commercial grade fabric, available in light grey, charcoal and royal blue.
The firm shell seat provides a generous place to sit, guaranteeing this is a comfortable piece of furniture for any user, and from short to extended periods of use.
Darren Milchman, director of Platform Furniture, describes why the Minerva has quickly become a popular product in their catalogue. “We immediately loved this product when we were first introduced to it,” he explains. “With its distinct design, mobility, function and upholstery options, we knew the Minerva would quickly earn prominence in our product range. From board rooms to hotel properties, this chair has already proven to meet a wide range of our clients’ needs. It’s because of this we are already planning to extend the range of upholstery and finishes of this product.”
From boutique commercial settings to large scale projects, the Minerva tub chair combines a clever design and discerning aesthetic, representing the best of contemporary and cutting edge international design.
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