CharacteristicsScandinavian based design, products available globally, produced for longevity, suitable for high-traffic use, suited to modern spaces
SizesH: 85 cm, W: 64 cm, D: 49,5 cm, SH: 45 cm
The Co Chair Collection was conceived in collaboration with Norm Architects and Els Van Hoorebeeck from The Office Group. The multifunctional chairs adapt to a wide range of requirements and styles. They address the spatial and design challenges common to both private and public environments, making them as appealing in homes as in shared areas such as conference halls, boardrooms, and co-working spaces.
Drawing on The Office Group’s knowledge of workplace needs, MENU's Co Chair Collection pairs a lightweight, sleek profile with seating comfort – and the option to stack up to ten chairs in a compact tower. Visually, the contoured form and warm materials of the design bring Norm Architects’ signature, human-centric minimalism to residential and hospitality applications. The versatility of the design is the result of thoughtful construction and a wide array of materials. With two base options, three veneer finishes, and numerous upholstery options to choose from, the collection is easy to customize.
The Co Chair with arms is distinguished by its wide veneer back, the proportions of which allow freedom of movement and provide comfort. Comfort also informed the design of the backrest, which is positioned and angled for better support. The Co Chair’s slender, yet robust steel base defines the intriguing geometric silhouette – and delivers high durability. The base comes in black powder-coated steel or polished chrome. Optional veneer armrests lend additional dimension, serving both as extra comfort and to suspend the chair off the floor for easy cleaning. Now offered in a fully upholstered version, the Co Chair is even easier to customize.
- Armrests - Form-pressed Beech & Oak Veneer
- Frame - Powder-Coated Welded Steel
- Stacking Shield - Polyamide
- Stacks 10 chairs high
- Color: Chrome and Upholstery
- Weight Capacity: Tested up to 450 lbs (EN 1728:2012, 6.4)