Subtlety and elegance combine in Stratos by Maxdesign, now available in Australia through Chairbiz.
December 21st, 2011
First introduced to rave reviews at the Milan Furniture Fair in 2011, the Stratos chair from Italian company Maxdesign has made it to Australia.
Designed by Swiss designer Hannes Wettstein, Stratos visually references a folded sheet of paper.
Its organic leaf-like form is as ergonomic and comfortable to sit on as it is beautiful.
The chair’s shell is made from recyclable, mass coloured polypropylene in 11 vibrant colours. Timber legs or chrome steel legs and bases are available, making Stratos a versatile solution for commercial or residential indoor project settings.
Stratos is available in Australia from Chairbiz, continuing Chairbiz’s reputation for unique product, quality manufacture and acclaimed design at affordable prices.
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