Designed by the world-renowned industrial design house, Giugiaro Design for Okamura Corporation in Japan.
March 22nd, 2011
Introducing the LUCE chair. It is perfect for lively brainstorming sessions or for quiet concentration on your own. A good fit no matter whom, no matter where and no matter when.
In our ever-evolving office environment we are moving towards more and more shared workstations and collaborative project. This necessitates comfortable office seating with the ability to be used in multiple places by a variety of people. Luce supports this dynamic adaptable work environment and encourages each individual to shine.
Flexible design transforms the workflow. A chair that adapts to the task at hand be it working on a project as a group or checking paper work on your own. Perfect for the fast pace, on the move office
Ideas are born when you are on the move. Even greater versatility when used together with tables on castors. Linking your laptop up to a projector for a presentation or brainstorming on a white board. Pull together for a large meeting or break apart to a quiet area for more confidential discussions. Find a place to spread out your materials and get organized. A perfect fit for countless situations
Make the space you use most, the most pleasant. Enjoy comfort with this flexible seating and firm support, even in meeting rooms with the highest traffic. Create an atmosphere conductive to brisk and easy communication.
A light and easy feeling in a relaxing environment. Provides comfortable seating in conference rooms for important meetings or for conversing one on one with key clients
Smart Relaxation Seat, that Incorporates technologies cultivated with Leopard* for adjusting the seat and back in line with changes in posture and applies Robot Leg Technology developed by partner OKI Electric Industry. The raised seat gently greets the body, alleviating the absorbing impact.
*World’s first comfort seating to apply Robot Leg Technology to an office chair.
Light, Easy Form by Giugiaro Design. A simple design that is light, easy and with a functional beauty. The compact and light feel leaves an open and airy feeling in the office space.
Gradated Supportive Mesh. The gradation in the mesh fabric is a cutting-edge technology which has made it possible to change the mesh density to create support where needed. The area around the lumbar is highly dense for firm support, while the upper back area is less dense to provide a soft and comfortable fit. The gradated design is appealing in both aesthetic and functionality.
Seat Level Adjustment. The seat level can be adjusted up and down (100mm with flexible levels) using the lever on the right hand side.
Designed for Recycling. Recycled resins are amply utilized to help make effective use of existing resources.
Ample Use of Recycled Resins. The back and seat cushions can be replaced separately, making for easy maintenance and a long service life.
Designed for Longevity. Thanks to advanced recycling technology, recycled PET cloth with polyester fibers from plastic bottles are used in manufacturing of the chair.
The recycled PET Cloth Designed for ease in separate materials for recycling.
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