Stylish, quality contemporary furniture from Italian brand Kristalia is available in Brisbane through Commercial Images.
December 1st, 2011
Italian furniture brand Kristalia creates stylish contemporary furniture, employing innovative materials and the latest production methods for items with character and personality.
Their Plana chair incorporates injection-moulded polypropylene reinforced with glass, for a visually appealing chair that is also resistant and versatile.
The basic version, available in white, beige, black and fluoro green, is perfect for use inside the home, outdoor or in contract furnishing. A padded version is also available for extra comfort, upholstered in natural or synthetic leather, or in the new Scuba fabric, reminiscent of wetsuit material.
Up to 10 Plana chairs can be stacked at once, for easy transport and space-saving.
Pikaia, also stackable and versatile, is suited to both home and community interiors.
Stylish and versatile, it consists of a polyurethane structure (in 4 colours) and a metal frame in chrome or colour. Pikaia is available in a number of versions – chair, chair with armrests, chair on a slide frame and chair on castors with a gas-lift adjustment system, with or without armrests. Available upholstered or plain, there’s a Plaika to suit any need and interior.
BCN is the result of Kristalia’s extensive research into new materials and technologies. The ergonomic seat is made of PBT, a flexible and resistant thermoplastic material.
The frame comes in chrome steel or white, black or fluoro green like the seat colour. BCN is available in high, medium or low, with a height-adjustable structure and a gas-lift device, on a disc-shaped base or on spokes.
Elephant chair, also by Kristalia
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