A minimalist look for maximum versatility, introducing the Tom chair.
June 18th, 2010
The Tom Chair designed by Susan Denham and her Comax team, is a new addition to the furniture range, responding to the need for a versatile chair in commercial and residential spaces.
Perfect for corporate and commercial spaces, the Tom’s minimalist lines are a harmonious accompaniment to any brief.
The Tom’s simple elegance can effectively translate into a focus point of a brief when gathered together with its fellow Toms. However, a single Tom is also no shrinking violet, especially when boldly dressed.
The Tom has a moulded ply shell and traditionally sits on a stainless steel base. This, of course, can be finished to the client’s requirements, with the option of slays, straight legs or castors.
The Tom also has a standard option of with or without arms, all of which can be selected by the client.
The Tom suits bright, bold colours, however the choice of upholstery material is completely up to the client.
Samples of all the options are available at the Comax showroom.
Tom Chair with arms W660 D580 H765
Tom Chair with no arms W605 D580 H765
Tom Chair on castors W600 D560 H760
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