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Eye-catching, lightweight chairs.
CRONA LIGHT CHAIR, LIGHT EASY CHAIR, LIGHT BAR STOOL & LIGHT TOUCH ARMCHAIR
Crona Light Chair
- Stocked styles, finishes and colours may vary
- Polypropylene shell
- Available on fixed pedestal on castors, swivel on glides or four leg laminated beech frame
- Available on chromed or powder coated sled base only
- Sled base chair stackable 5 high
- Optional loose seat cushion
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Expansion to the Crona family, Crona Light is a comfortable light-weight chair that is versatile and adaptable, from cafeterias and restaurants to hospitals. Crona Light consists of chairs, armchairs, bar stools and Touch chairs. Complementing the seating elements is Crona coffee table.
Crona Light Chair & Easy Chair – A series of lightweight matt plastic chairs available with or without armrest and barstool. It comes with a central base with four foot extensions on glides or castors, 4 legged steel or wooden frame, or sled base. It is also available with optional upholstered loose seat cushions. Crona Light chair with 4-legged steel tube leg and sled base can be stack up to 4-5 high. It is designed to be easy to clean and protect from dirt and germs.
Crona Light Touch Armchair – Plastic armchair with upholstered inner shell. The shell an be combined with all crona light frame types. Upholstery liner can be changed with screw connections.
Crona Coffee Table – A table in three shapes and two heights with HPL or veneer tops either with a sled base or 4 legged wooden frame.
“Every piece of design is created through the cooperation between the patron and the artist and from the synthesis of need and inspiration as well as usability and beauty.” Archirivolto was founded in 1983 by Claudio Dondoli and Marco Pocci as an industrial planning, design and architecture studio. For Archirivolto design is beauty, harmony and freedom and cannot therefore be bound by strict, pre-established rules, nor can it be the privilege of a social or cultural elite. The designer is commited to creating beauty for everyone and to make design approachable for an ever-increasing number of people.