This perfectly stackable chair can be customised with writing tablets and upholstery, and linked into lines
March 12th, 2013
The Malika chair is light and stackable and completely customisable. Designed with clean lines and ergonomic features, Malika is also completely recyclable – with plastic seat and back, and a frame of polished chrome.
The Malika’s ability for customisation makes it a perfect choice for schools and universities and conference/training rooms. Malika can be linked into lines, they can be upholstered, and a writing tablet can be attached to both the right and left sides.
The chair has two versions: sled or four-legged frame with armrests. Both maximise use of space, so the Malika is a comfortable choice for waiting rooms and offices, and any venue from which you would wish to get the most seating potential/standing room.
Both the sled and four-legged forms are available in blue, red, black, white, green and grey. Orders over 500 can be made in any Pantone colour.
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