DescriptionThe Opal Chair is a molded technopolymer chair uniquely designed for with a flexible, comfortable seat with a variety of color options. Available in your choice of expressive transparent and solid colors. The colors are permeated through the material so they remain vibrant even after years of hard use. Opal's shell is made of technopolymer with steel tube structure or centre-pedestal steel base. Opal chairs have anti UV stabilized. Opal is able to vitalize different and functional locations. New materials, especially those that held promise for doing more with less, was the vital point in developing Opal chairs. Papatya saw in Opal the chance to form organic seat shells that conform to the body's shape.
Estimated Delivery Time: 7 - 9 Weeks
Notes: This product can only be purchased in sets of 4
Notes: ** This product is offered only for volume commercial orders **
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- Technopolymer shell in clear transparent or solid colors
- Available in expressive transparent and solid colors
- Steel tube structure or Centre-pedestal steel base
- Warranty: Three year warranty against manufacturer defects
- Suitable for: Dining / Cafe / Restaurant / Meeting rooms / Conference
- 32" H x 24" W x 24" D
- Seat height: 18.5"
- Arm height: 27.5"
- Seat depth: 15.9"
DesignerPAPATYA (Plastix USA),
It’s a family trait at PAPATYA to produce high qualified and innovative products since 1945. The design team has been working on indoor and outdoor furniture over 23 years, focused on long-lasting yet affordable materials such as; injected polycarbonate polypropylene and technopolymer. Papatya's simple yet innovative items are often hailed as a piece of modern sculpture in its own right. Papatya has the uncanny ability to elevate your surroundings with their authentic and timeless designs. Combining an aesthetic design concept with the principles of high volume production technology and material research, in a dynamic multi-purpose stackable chairs. A smart choice for the home, restaurant or office... the question becomes not whether you should specify the Papatya chairs, but how many?
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