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Hero | Hero Plus

A chair that stays in line and still stands out.

HERO | HERO PLUS CHAIR

FEATURES

Hero Plus Chair

  • With or without armrests
  • Stackable up to 20 high
  • Available in various shell shapes
  • HPL, wood veneer, plastic or formfleece finish
  • Optional row numbering, seat numbering & writing tablet
  • Optional panic-proof row connection

Lead Time Guide: 12-14 Weeks

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Hero | Hero Plus

Hero and Hero Plus is a versatile stacking chair ideal for training areas or large halls.

Hero Chair – The perfect stacking chair available with or without arms, the chairs are designed with a self-centering frame that is stackable up to 10-20 chairs high. Designed with the innovative Multifunctional Element (MFE)*, MFE protect against scratches and reduces noise on every edge of the frame and when the chairs are stacked. Available in HPL (High Pressure Laminates), wood veneer or plastic shells either in a straight or rounded shell shape. Optional linking devices either in a standard version or panic-safe version as well as seat numbering, row numbering and attachable writing tablet available.

Hero Plus Chair – Multi-purpose chairs are a fresh new design for use in large rooms. Available with ot without armrests, the chairs are designed with a self-centering frame that is stackable up to 10-20 high, with a mixture of chairs with and without armrest in each stack. Available in HPL, wood veneer, plastic or formfleece finish either in a straight or rounded shell shape. Optional linking device either in a standard version or panic-proof version allows the chairs to link with each other in a row. Optional row and seat numbering and attachable writing tablet available.


DESIGNER

Roland Schmidt Design

Roland Schmidt, born 1961 in Peine, a trained carpenter, attended the Product Design School in Kassel from 1983 to 1989 and from 1990 to 1992 worked for the Innsbruck-based Lichtplanung Bartenbach; since 1992 he has collaborates with Christian Lepper and Uwe Sommerlade as part of LSS Designer


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