No ordinary chair, the new Miro includes all the features that you would expect in a top quality office chair, housed within an outstandingly pleasing profile.
December 1st, 2013
Composed of polished aluminium or nylon base, arm and back detail, commercial grade fabric upholstery, high quality moulded foam padding and breathable mesh, the Miro combines materials of the highest quality to create a durable, precision-engineered chair that responds with incredible sensitivity to its user’s requirements.
The Miro’s automatic tension adjustment control adjusts according to the user’s weight, and the synchronised mechanism and seat slider can all be adjusted according to preference.
The Miro features a stylised polished aluminium base, arm and back detail that add a unique and contemporary flare to the range. It comes with a black or grey mesh back, fabric back and fabric seat, and can be upholstered in any fabric.
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