Designed by Paul Brooks this elegant stacking chair is perfect for large scale, conferencing applications.



Elios Chair

  • Stackable up to 40 high on trolley
  • Available with or without arms
  • Stacking trolley available
  • Stocked styles, finishes and colours may vary

Lead Time Guide: 14-16 Weeks


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Designed by Paul Brooks this elegant stacking chair is perfect for large scale, conferencing applications.

Stacking comfortably up to 40 on a trolley and 12 freestanding, this steel wire framed chair is available with or without arms and has been uniquely designed so that the arms do not compromise its stacking capabilities in any way. Its curvaceous contoured form of both the seat and back achieve excellent comfort as well as adding to the pleasing aesthetics and universal appeal of this design. Elios sits perfectly within the Allermuir portfolio, further enhancing its offering to include this high performance stacking chair. The optional linking facility enhances this products appeal and suitability for conference use and whilst the chair has a visually delicate framework its robustness and strength can withstand the most rigorous use. A stacking trolley is available, and enables a maximum of 40 stacked chairs to be transported and stored easily.

Elios is available either with an injection moulded plastic seat and back, fully upholstered or with an upholstered seat and plastic back. This variety encourages use across a plethora of environments such as training areas, corporate catering and as a visitor chair.


Paul Brooks

Paul Brooks is an English designer, living in France and working in Germany.

Paul Brooks became interested in chair design as a student at Ravensbourne College of Design in England. He developed this interest through his post-graduate studies at the Royal College of Art in London where he attained a Masters degree in Furniture Design. Paul Brooks maintained close links with Ravensbourne College where he worked as a visiting lecturer for ten years.

On graduating from the RCA in 1983 Paul Brooks started working with Robert Heritage (CBE), Professor of Furniture Design at the Royal College, at his design studio in London. Two years later he joined Stephen Hall Consultancy where he worked on furniture and lighting projects. In 1990 Paul Brooks began working as an independent designer in the UK mainly with office furniture companies on products such as Trillipse visitor chair and Enigma and Sona task chairs. Increasingly Paul Brooks became recognized as an experienced designer in the area of tooled seating projects for the office furniture industry.

Since 2006 Paul Brooks has worked from his studio in Kehl, Germany and lives just across the border in Strasbourg, France. As specialists in office seating design the Anglo/German studio produce a focused and informed design solution for furniture companies and suppliers in Europe and America. Products have received international design awards such as IF award for Yanos task chair, GIO award and C2C silver award for A2020 task chair range, IIDEX NeoCon Canada Gold award for Mars visitor chair and Red Dot award for Linea task chair range. In 2008 Paul Brooks was chosen as UK Designer of the Year at the MIX design awards in London.