Mya – is a stylish and comfortable reception or break out space chair. Defined by a particular, single form of seating, Mya distinguishes it’s self with a high degree of practicality, accurate finishings and an overall design of elegance and chic. Mya is suited to a number of multi-purpose environments and is an interesting talking […]
November 21st, 2008
Mya – is a stylish and comfortable reception or break out space chair. Defined by a particular, single form of seating, Mya distinguishes it’s self with a high degree of practicality, accurate finishings and an overall design of elegance and chic. Mya is suited to a number of multi-purpose environments and is an interesting talking point for any reception or contact area.
Delivery time: Speak to your local UCI office for further details for delivery lead times.
Applications: Cafe areas, break out spaces and reception areas.
Variations: Circular base in stainless steel, Swivel base on castors
Finish: Can be finished in a number of fabrics.
Manufacturer: Ares Line, http://www.aresline.com/meeting-mya.htm
Designer: Giovanni Baccolini, http://www.baccolinidesign.it/
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