The Audo Copenhagen Co dining chairs are defined by the prefix - 'co-', meaning together, mutually, in common, this is the heart of the Co Chair design.
Conceived in collaboration with The Office Group and Norm Architects, the multi-functional chair adapts to a wide range of needs and interior styles. It addresses the space and design challenges shared by spaces both private and public, making it as appealing in homes as in shared areas like conferences, boardrooms, and co-working lounges. The chair is distinguished by a wide back, whose proportions allow freedom of movement and provide maximum comfort. Comfort also led the design of the backrest, which is positioned and angled for exceptional support. The Co Chair’s slender yet robust powder-coated steel frame defines the intriguing geometric silhouette – and delivers high durability. The seat is lightly padded and fully upholstered for extra comfort, available in a range of beautiful fabrics.
Materials: Seat and backrest are made of curved plywood. The core is made of beech veneer with an outer layer of oak veneer. The base is made of bent steel tubes, powder coated in black or chromed steel. Double layer foam is used on upholstered seat, upholstered with Fabric or Leather.
Dimensions: Height: 80cm x Width: 52cm x Depth: 50.5cm (Seat Height" 45cm)
Delivery Time: Around 6 weeks
**** The fabrics shown that are available to buy have been carefully selected by Audo Copenhagen's design team as they work particularly well, many other fabrics are available so do get in touch if you want something different or need fabric samples ****/i>
Based in the heart of Copenhagen, the design studio Norm Architects design timeless, minimalistic products and are proud of their Scandinavian roots. They design furniture and lighting for &Tradition and Audo Copenhagen with their aim being to create functional design that captures and inspires life. They have taken a creative role within the iconic British company Ercol, being major drivers in the new contemporary part or Ercol - L.Ercolani.