Upholstered Office Chair/ Velvet Upholstery

Collection Project Chandigarh
Year/Period 1953
Dimensions ( cm / in ) H 35.5 90.0 / D 27.4 69.5 / W 22.9 58.0

Product Description

Our Upholstered Office Chair is a re-edition of the model created for the High Court and Legislative Assembly in Chandigarh. The chair is also know as Committee Chair or Senate Chair. Our re-edition is true to the dimensions and external form of the original design, with improvements made to the structural elements and quality of materials to create a chair that is built to last. The external leg and arm frames are made of teak wood, while the inner frame is made of pinewood. High quality premium polyurethane foam in a carefully calibrated combination of densities is used to create the perfect ergonomic seating comfort. We offer the Upholstered Office Chair in select velvet fabrics, with rub counts close to 100,000.

The velvet fabrics in the product image on this page are Warwick Orchid and Warwick Mallard.

Product Specification

Standard dimensions

H 35.5 90.0 / D 27.4 69.5 / W 22.9 58.0

Materials Teak (Tectona grandis) Polyurethane Foam Pinewood Inner Frame Velvet Fabric Metal Components
Product variants N/A
Other information Arm Height - 26.8 68.0 Seat Height - 18.6 47.0
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Wood and Upholstery Options

Wood Finish and Upholstery Fabric options for this product are shown below:

Upholstery Options - Velvets

Colour swatch of Allure Beige
Allure Beige
Colour swatch of Allure Sap Green
Allure Sap Green
Colour swatch of Warwick Atlantic
Warwick Atlantic
Colour swatch of Warwick Orchid
Warwick Orchid
Colour swatch of Warwick Cinder
Warwick Cinder
Colour swatch of Warwick Pearl
Warwick Pearl
Colour swatch of Warwick Pine
Warwick Pine
Colour swatch of Warwick Shadow
Warwick Shadow
Colour swatch of Warwick Mallard
Warwick Mallard

Wood Finish Options - Natural Teak / Dark Stain

Colour swatch of Natural Teak
Natural Teak
Colour swatch of Dark Stain
Dark Stain

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