Designed by Italian furniture house EMU, The Way is a lightweight, hardwearing outdoor chair.
February 1st, 2012
EMU’s Classic wired collection continues the Italian company’s tradition of inspiring outdoor furniture.
The Way chair is a tubular structure, with a square cross-section to which a perforated plate is welded, enriched by a pattern in relief.
Lightweight and strong, the chair is available in 3 versions – chair, small armchair and stool, all of which are stackable.
It also comes in 5 colours – classic aluminium, antique iron, indian brown, white and black – making it adaptable to a range of outdoor environments.
The Way chair is the perfect choice for cafés, restaurants and pubs looking for a stylish and durable addition to their al fresco area.
The Way chair is available from Prototype Commercial Furniture.
Prototype Commercial Furniture
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