Vigo is a remarkable conference or training chair with a sleek profile and many pioneering features. Its refined frame takes a proactive approach to comfort and is a pleasure to sit in for extended periods of time.
April 29th, 2011
The Vigo Conference Chair is perfectly suited for use in large scale conference type environments but works equally well in smaller more intimate settings.
There are a remarkable amount of practical features in the Vigo. They are sturdy, strong and lightweight and can be easily moved via the discreet castors on their rear legs, the armrests can be adjusted forward and backward, the backrest tilts at angles in synchronisation with the user’s body movements and seating position, multiple chairs can nest neatly together to save space when in storage and chairs can link together with an additional joining piece for use in auditorium style environments.
Available with a black fabric seat and either white mesh, black mesh, red mesh or blue mesh back. The frame is aluminium with a polished aluminium seat connection and silver powdercoated aluminium frame. The seat back, armrests and optional writing tablet are moulded polypropylene plastic.
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