The HÅG Sideways chair is the new revolution in seating and takes the modern meeting to new levels. Not only is this chair yet another leap forward in Scandinavian design, it is the chairs unique ability to allow the user to sit comfortably no matter which way they twist or turn that makes it so […]
November 21st, 2008
The HÅG Sideways chair is the new revolution in seating and takes the modern meeting to new levels.
Not only is this chair yet another leap forward in Scandinavian design, it is the chairs unique ability to allow the user to sit comfortably no matter which way they twist or turn that makes it so special.
The sideways chair has been designed for seating comfort and to provide maximum freedom of movement.
The sideways chair was designed by Formel and HÅG for comfort and maximum freedom of movement.
The innovation lies in the smart seat shape and arm rest. The arm rest curls around the back of the chair and is designed as a back support as well as an arm rest.
Not only innovative, the sideways chair is also aesthetically pleasing and as the seat swings back to its original position when you get up, it provides an uncluttered and always presentable appearance.
The Ability to be stacked and a 10 year HÅG Guaruntee make this yet another ground breaking design by Formel and HÅG.
Dimensions: Chair Height 825mm, Chair Width/Depth 785mm
(Dimensions listed are based on a star based model at the maximum points. Dimensions have been taken from the prototype model only and may differ slightly to off the shelf models)
Delivery time: Approx 6 weeks
Applications: Meeting / conferences
Variations: The base can be either a star base or skid base. Only the Skid based chairs can be stacked
Finish: The plastic back is available in different colours and the upholstered parts are available in a variety of colours and fabrics. Skid base available in Stainless Steel
Manufacturer: HÅG asa, www.hag.com.au
The prizes awarded:
– June 3rd: Most Innovative Design at PRIMA in London/UK
– June 9th: Gold Award at NeoCon in Chicago/USA
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