Omada® Conference Chair
A stylish chair that is both comfortable and affordable, Omada® fits in with practically any office environment - not to mention any budget. A stream-lined base design and a soft, comfortable armrest provide optimum appeal with breathable, tight weave mesh that distributes body pressure evenly and maximizes air circulation. Designed not only with an attractive and innovative new style, Omada® also has the latest in comfort features including self-weighing adjustable tilt mechanism. The back is adjustable and the arms are fully adjustable with armrests wide enough for forearm comfort and low enough to clear your work surface. Omada® is also available with fixed cantilever arms. The upholstered seat or coordinating mesh seat has an optional slide feature. Available in 30 vibrant mesh colors. From private offices to conference or training rooms, Omada® is an excellent choice at a price that’s hard to ignore.
Designed to be approachable, referring to visual character and a move from offices to be more residential; neighbourly, referring to rubber inlay in the back edges and low locations for all structural elements to protect surrounding furniture; and elemental referring to an elimination of covers – all structural parts are exposed. The use of mesh structure for the back provides a breathable structural surface with the least amount of material mass and assembly technique. It covers a soft elastomeric edge that protects the mesh and surrounding table surfaces from hard contact. As leading manufacturers of fine wood conference tables, the concept of designing a chairthat pays consideration to the table it surrounds is most welcoming.
Design: figforty • Model # 10926 • Cantilever arm • w 26”x d 27 x h 36 1/2”-40 1/2” • Mesh seat and back $875 list • Upholstered seat $860 list
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