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Morph Dining

Presented:imm cologne 2014, Cologne
Stylepark-ID:05.2255.10171
Categories: Home furnitureSeating furniturearmchairs
Home furnitureSeating furniturechairs
Product description

The new member of the Morph family is the dining chair MORPH DINING. MORPH DINING particularly stands out through its opulent appearance as well as an exceptionally high level of comfort. Sitting down and standing up are both especially easy thanks to the gentle curved shape of the armrests. This comfort is also due to the generous overall dimensions of the upholstered shell. MORPH DINING is suitable for spacious, luxurious room situations. It is the perfect choice for elegant dining rooms, upscale restaurants, as well as for premium conference situations. MORPH DINING invites you to linger a while and, in any case, underscores representative environment. With its combination of leather and fabric (inside/outside), contrast of colours, contrast of light and dark, contrasting coloured stitching and frames in oak, walnut or colour stains, MORPH DINING offers extensive scope for design.

Specifications
Width620 mm
Height860 mm
Depth650 mm
Seat finishwith upholstery
Height of seat430 mm
Base finishwith legs
Backrest finishwith back padding
Armrest finishwith armrests
Materialnut wood
oak
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Manufacturer:
Zeitraum, Germany

Design:
Formstelle
2014

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