KiBiSi have designed a collection for Globe Zero 4 that rocks; quite literally if you want it to.
June 17th, 2013
As much a cradle as it is a scoop, this playful new collection from Globe Zero 4 is a unique offering in commercial seating thanks to its distinct composition.
Inspired by a shovel-like scoop on a loader, the chair and lounge chair models can swing freely in an aluminium fork that can be polished or powder coated in black or white.
The suspension of the upholstered seat over its base allows a fully supported tilting motion akin to that of a gyroscope. The result is pleasing to sit on and matchless in appearance – the perfect marriage of design and technology.
Suited perfectly to commercial, public spaces, the Scoop lounge chair when paired with its matching tables and chairs affords the range comprehensive opportunity for use in private, office and domestic environments.
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