Born out of a desire to approach a traditional design typology, this multi-purpose stacking chair’s defining characteristic is the use of the lamination itself as a structural component, whereby the leg frame and the seat are integrated and interdependent providing strength for each other.
Design by Mark Gabbertas
Mark Gabbertas is a furniture designer with a different perspective. After ten years in advertising, he trained and worked as cabinet maker, before establishing the Gabbertas studio in 2001. The intent is to create character through simplicity via the rigorous pursuit of designs that have both an elegance and a lasting aesthetic… it is all too easy to shock, but much more difficult to please.
Mark’s approach has earned his designs for Allermuir numerous including a Red Dot and Design Guild Mark for the design of Haven and more recently a Design Guild Mark and a Silver Best of NeoCon Award for the design of Mozaik.
Born out of a desire to approach a traditional design typology, this multi-purpose stacking chair’s defining characteristic is the use of the lamination itself as a structural component, whereby the leg frame and the seat are integrated providing strength for each other.
Standard Features Beech shell with a clear finish
Under seat and frame stacking buffers
Wire frame finished in Polished Chrome
Stacks up to 6 high
Beech shell with a clear finish
Optional Features Beech shell can be stained or colorwashed
Oak veneer shell with a clear finish
Wire frame available in a selection of powder coat finishes
Plastic glides with felt
Beech shell can be stained or colorwashed
Nuno Performance Standards BS EN 16139:2003-Level 2 BS EN 1002:2005
BS EN 16139:2003-Level 2
BS EN 1002:2005
Nuno Wood Stains and Finishes
Clear Beech (standard)
Clear Oak Veneer
Nuno Frame Finishes
Polished Chrome (standard)
White powder coat
Black powder coat
Bronze powder coat
Color Washes based on Beech UK - See full collection
White as Snow
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