chairs

arta

design: arge2

A newly developed technology connecting the frame allows the chair legs and plinths to slant in extremely elegant lines unprecedented with wood chairs up to now. Innovative technology and well-conceived construction have paved the way for this high-class, gracious design of arta. The lightness of the solid wood frame is even more accentuated by the seatshell with its flexible, sprung plywood back.

Inquire now

arta marks a turning point in the design of wood chairs.

arta‘s design mainly aims at combining the “harmonious” character of wood – natural, warm and comfortable – with future technological demands.

Area
Bistro, Working Café, Canteen, Meeting, Health Care

Features

01
Stackability: Up to four chairs with or without arms.
02
Newly developed technology connecting the frame allows the chair legs and plinths to slant in extremely elegant lines.
03
arta chairs are also available as linking chairs, supplied with seat numbers on request.
Configurator

Everything is in your hands.

Variants & technical data

6890

Stacking chair, seat shell fully upholstered

6891

Stacking chair with arms, seat shell fully upholstered

6892

Stacking chair, seat shell with laminated surface

6893

Stacking chair with arms, seat shell with laminated surface

Wooden chairs in modern office architecture?

arta is an attractive option, especially for middle and upper management communication and recreation areas. It is extremely versatile for applications in public areas: ranging from hotel restaurants, places of worship, museums and galleries, multi-purpose areas and halls for cultural and public events.

arta’s high standard of quality is not only reflected in its design, but also in its construction and use of materials. The construction is notable for its sturdy, long-lasting quality. The high-quality luxury upholstery perfectly supports long sitting periods. All wooden parts come from ecologically managed renewable forests (PEFC-certified wood).

YouTube is deactivated
We need your consent to use YouTube videos. For more information, see our Privacy Policy.
Vimeo is deactivated
We need your consent to use Vimeo videos. For more information, see our Privacy Policy.
Google Maps is deactivated
We need your consent to use Google Maps. For more information, see our Privacy Policy.