Six more seating options from Spain from the January/February issue.
By Jana Schiowitz
You wanted more seating and now, you've got it. Take a seat and read about these six new editions to the market from Spain.
Happy from Capdell (left) has a metal structure with an upholstered seat and is stackable. Two versions are available: an armchair and a chair without arms and could be made with a wooden back or a polypropylene one.
Belloch's style is reminiscent of Charles and Ray Eames. The environmentally friendly Santa & Cole (right) chair took time to design—the company's technical team studied materials in order to produce a contemporary and economical chair made from 60 percent recycled polypropylene and 40 percent recycled wood from sawmills.
Sellex (left) thought about conference rooms and offices within hospitality properties when designing Don. The chair's shell can be finished in natural oak, wenge-stained oak, or walnut-stained oak.
Iriam by Fermín Verdeguer for Darc (right) is a box-like chair with a stainless steel structure. Its seat and armrest are lined with leather.
With a strong emphasis on making a space warm and inviting, the Guitarra armchair from Uno Design (left) is complemented by chairs, benches, stools and side tables. The seats give personality to a space with a clean yet modern design.
Ziru Contract's Ann (left) is made of natural oak (stained or lacquered). The full Ann Collection includes chairs, armchairs, stools, high tables, and occasional tables.