Cors is a beautifully comfortable, high stacking & universal chair. Cors is perfect for use in break-out, meetings or training areas.
January 25th, 2011
The design offers high level flexible comfort from an elegant and slim profile, due to the design and pattern matrix of the back and the metal structure frame, which is integrated into the back during the moulding process.
Due to the slim profile design, Cors is easy to multi stack, either within the work area or onto the Cors storage trolley. The trolley makes it quick and easy to move to other locations.
To achieve an additional level of comfort the bottom of the frame has clear plastic glides which protects the frame and achieves a firmer, more secure sit. Cors can be specified as either an all plastic option with a choice of 5 colours or with an upholstered seat. Colours include black, stone & white are available in a 4 week lead-time, with colours sky & leaf available in a 12 week lead-time.
The upholstered seat can be manufactured locally in a fabric of your choice. Cors chair has a carbon footprint. Cors is made up of 28% recycled content & 100% recyclable content. Orangebox product is manufactured under license in Australia with a 4 – 6 week lead-time.
Orangebox is distributed throughout Australia by:
NSW: Arredorama (02) 9552 3022 www.arredorama.com.au
Innerspace (02) 9660 4411 www.innerspacensw.com.au
VIC: Innerspace (03) 9639 9955 www.innerspacevic.com.au
Form + Function 0438 378 335 www.form-function.com.au
QLD: Innerspace (07) 3252 1461 www.innerspace.net.au
WA: Innerspace (08) 9322 6664 www.innerspacewa.com.au
ACT: Designcraft (02) 6290 4900 www.designcraft.net.au
SA: Innerspace (08) 8223 7373 www.innerspacesa.com.au
0438 698 655
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