Introducing the people’s chair – Jac – Zenith’s latest collection of lifestyle and workplace chairs, designed by Schamburg + Alvisse.
November 1st, 2019
Drawing on the design calibre of Schamburg + Alvisse, Jac is the latest release from Zenith offering everyday comfort, style and simplicity. In development for five years, Marc Schamburg and Michael Alvisse, looked to bring a classic design sensibility to the range. The final outcome ensures a level of versatility that makes Jac suitable for many types of spaces.
Jac is defined as a lifestyle and workplace chair range, with a style to complement contemporary design aesthetics. Through its quietly confident form and array of materiality and options, Jac will be right at home in a gamut of interior environments – whether workplace, education or hospitality. Configurable and flexible, Jac’s versatility and reliability helps create environments that are varied but cohesive – spaces for people to focus, share, collaborate, socialise and learn.
Jac delivers luxury at an affordable price, with a collection that encompasses side chairs, tub chairs and stools in metal or timber bases to tonally match your space.
Pioneers of sustainable furniture design and manufacture, Schamburg + Alvisse’s design ethos is built on sustainability principles. In continuing this thinking, Zenith has introduced an initiative that will see our forests flourish – for every chair purchased a tree will be planted in a reforestation project across Asia Pacific. The current tree planting project that Zenith is contributing to is located in Tasmania’s Midlands. Rebuilding these wildlife corridors will help protect Tasmania’s biodiversity and help strengthen the environment against the impact of climate change, now and into the future.
Designed and developed in Australia, Jac is manufactured by Zenith to ensure every element meets local health and safety standards – and exceed international quality standards.
Versatile, innovative, balanced and pragmatic, Jac is a stayer.
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