From Italy’s Crassevig comes the Pola Round seating collection – a beguiling simple range designed to impress and relax.
March 24th, 2020
The striking and unpretentiously simple form of the Pola Round seating collection is the result of Italy’s Crassevig study of the forms and flow of the human body. Comfortable and straightforward in design, the collection is designed with function and comfort in mind, yet also as an aesthetically pleasing object in its own right.
Constructed from a single piece of moulded polypropylene, the robust and pliable chair ensures maximum flexibility and ergonomic back support while in use. Designed for heavy contract use, Pola Round is ideal for hospitality, workplace, educational, and residential environments – and is also suitable for outdoor design use when specified in suitable finishes.
The shells of the Pola collection are available in a choice of seven contemporary colours. For additional comfort, seat upholstery or full chair upholstery is also available in choices of either fabric or leather.
Furthering this flexibility, the Pola Round collection has a variety of base options which include a 4-Leg option in either timber or metal, Sled, 4-Way Swivel, timber 4-Way Trestle and a 5-Way Swivel on castors.
Not simply functional and aesthetically chameleon-like in its options, the collection has been produced using low environmental impact processes.
The Crassevig design company has epitomised the specific values and style of Italian design and craftmanship since founded in 1969. Innovation is in their DNA, and the meticulous detailing behind the Pola Round collection exemplifies their approach to design.
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