Tso is a multi-use universal chair designed to be used throughout the office environment from desk work, to meeting areas and also within more relaxed informal breakout spaces.
December 23rd, 2010
The flexible plastic back has a similar design language to the Ara task chair and the two are often combined, within desk focused working spaces.
The upholstered seat cushion sits within a plastic under shell that partially encloses the tube frame to allow the chair to be stacked without damage to the upholstery. The chair can be specified with upholstery of choice.
Tso can be specified with or without arms. The arm pad is manufactured in a semi ridged plastic which achieves a good level of comfort but ensures long term durability and performance. The arm pads are available in either black or stone with the plastic backs available is colours, including Black, Stone, Sky, Leaf or Slate. (To match the Ara task chair)
Colours in stock are black backs with either a cantilever frame, 4-leg frame on glides or on castors with or without arms. All frames in stock are finished in silver powdercoat. Should you want any other back colours listed above, there will be an extended lead-time.
Orangebox is manufactured in Australia under license in a 4 – 6 week lead-time.
Orangebox is distributed throughout Australia by:
NSW: Arredorama (02) 9552 3022 www.arredorama.com.au
Innerspace (02) 9660 4411 www.innerspacensw.com.au
VIC: Innerspace (03) 9639 9955 www.innerspacevic.com.au
Form + Function 0438 378 335 www.form-function.com.au
QLD: Innerspace (07) 3252 1461 www.innerspace.net.au
WA: Innerspace (08) 9322 6664 www.innerspacewa.com.au
ACT: Designcraft (02) 6290 4900 www.designcraft.net.au
SA: Innerspace (08) 8223 7373 www.innerspacesa.com.au
0438 698 655
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