The Reece collection from Studio Dossier takes a traditional chair to a modern curvaceous outcome.
August 6th, 2015
The profile of the chair softens the work environment, and can be customised to suit a variety of applications – from reception area to collaboration spaces. Available in four-leg, sled and castor base, the Reece collection is composed of a ply shell upholstered seat with powder coat steel tube base.
Manufactured in Melbourne, the Reece collection has bases available chrome or powder coated finishes, and are suitable for upholstery in fabric.
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