Interior architect Pentti Hakala designs distinctive recognizable furniture of which the Pisa chair is a fresh example. The name refers to the leaning tubular steel frame of the chair. The cheerful expression of Pisa suits informal interiors suc
h as lounge areas, waiting areas and meeting places. Nextel Suade Coating finishing on metal frame and moulded plywood seat gives a warm matt and soft feeling to the chair.
The fully upholstered back pad is fixed to the frame by “snapping-on&rd
quo;; the arrangement allows the back to swing and one to sit in many different positions. Upholstery in manufacturer’s standard fabrics or COM. Other finishes on metal and plywood are available on request.