A seat for all spaces, meet the latest collection at Corporate Culture.
February 9th, 2010
Conceived to meet any requirements, whether in the home, office or contract sector, we introduce the Alberto Meda designed Frame Collection.
The seats of the Frame collection have been developed by Alias with a distinctly unconventional use of a material that is enjoying great success in the interior design field – coloured PVC-coated polyester mesh.
The structure is composed of extruded aluminium profile and die-cast aluminium elements, with the seat and back in fire retardant PVC-covered polyester mesh or black leather.
The standard structure – made of extruded aluminium sections and pressure die-cast elements – comes in a variety of finishes to suit a number of interiors, whether corporate or domestic.
The ’High-frame’ and ’Bigframe’, its stackable sister, are available with or without armrests, as well as ’Longframe’ and ’Armframe’.
Both versions are also available for ’Meetingframe’ – with a four-star base, ’Rollingframe’ – with a five-star base on castors, and ’Floatingframe’ – a comfortable beam seating system.
Width / Depth / Seat height / Height
440mm / 560mm / 490mm / 820mm
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