X3 Stacking ChairPrice: $544.00
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Design by Marco Maran, 2005.
Innovative materials and design highlight this bright modern chair from designer Marco Maran. The X3 is constructed of clear polycarbonate with a Desmopan® grid pattern. Comfortable with unique flex in the back, the chair is offered in four electrifying colors atop chrome legs. Also offered in Bar Stool and Counter Stool versions.
Chair is tested and warranted for use by persons 300 pounds and under. An optional transportation Dolly is available by special order. Contact our Sale Department for details.
Material(s): Chrome-plated steel sled base with polished chrome finish; One piece seat shell features a bi-injection of transparent polycarbonate and a Desmopan lattice; Dolly is chrome plated steel with rubber wheels
- 21"W X 30.25"D 18.5"H
- Seat Height: 17.25"H
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Designer: Marco Maran
Marco Maran is celebrated for designs that are light in spirit and flexible in application. Trained as an architect and industrial designer, he has already been the recipient of several design awards. He was voted Best Young Designer for the Sinue chair, which was introduced in 1996. In 1997, he won a Product Design Achievement Award from the IIDA for the Scoop chair, as well as an honorable mention from the same organization for the Bla-Bla-Bla chair. Among his notable completed interiors is the Press Room for the 1998 World Cup in Paris, France.View other products by Marco Maran
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