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Vitra Physix Studio task chair, TrioKnit 06
Vitra Physix Studio task chair, TrioKnit 06
Vitra Physix Studio task chair, TrioKnit 06
Vitra Physix Studio task chair, TrioKnit 06
Vitra Physix Studio task chair, TrioKnit 06
Vitra Physix Studio task chair, TrioKnit 06
Vitra Physix Studio task chair, TrioKnit 06

Physix Studio task chair, TrioKnit 06

Vitra

NZD$2,197.00
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Vitra
Physix Studio task chair
NZD$2,197.00



Description

The Physix Studio task chair’s seat structure is based on the idea of stretching a textile panel between the sides of the seat frame before adding a five-star base equipped with castors. With Physix Studio, despite its seemingly simple structure, designer Alberto Meda has taken the classic office chair to a whole new level by using state-of-the-art materials and production technologies to create a dynamic sitting experience and freedom of movement. The flexible frame, stabilising mechanism and adjustable height guarantee optimal comfort by combining pliant and stiff elements. Due to its agility, Physix Studio is particularly suited for mobile and temporary work stations.

Colour
Black
Width
63.5 cm
Measurement details
Width: Base 63.5 cm, seat 49 cm
Depth
80 cm
Seat depth
43.5 cm
Height
88–100 cm
Seat height
39–51 cm
Frame material
Polyamide
Upholstery fabric
TrioKnit 06: 96% polyester, 4% spandex
Abrasion resistance
40,000 Martindale
Pilling
4-5
Lightfastness
6
Base material
Die-cast aluminium, soft castors for hard floor

Alberto Meda

Alberto Meda (b. 1945) is an Italian designer, who worked in the 1970s as technical manager of Kartell, and started his freelance career in 1979. Meda has worked with many well-known brands such as Phillips, Alessi and Cinelli, and collaborared also with the Finnish ceramics brand Arabia. Meda has a background in engineering, and his designs are often characterized by a pragmaric mind and fine attention to details. Meda has been awarded with the Compasso d'oro for the Lola and Metropoli lamps designed for the Italian brand Luceplan, and his Water jug for Arabia won Chicago Athenaeum’s Good Design Award.

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  • Fair and resource-wise water-use in production
  • No incineration or landfilling of returned items
  • No use of endangered species as materials
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  • No potentially harmful chemicals used in own production
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