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Flokk Ltd

Maki Chair

A solitary and social icon based on minimalism and diversity. A strong and iconic shape that stands out in every room and at the same time a flexible and social team player designed to be combined in different formations. Maki easy chair has a simple, innovative and self-evident form offering plenty of possibilities.

”The chair has a strong and symbolic shape, while being flexible in applications and functions. It can be used to work, rest, meet and wait – as a lone icon with a strong personal presence or together in different formations”, says Jin Kuramoto.

Specification
  • Metal frame with molded cold foam. Fully upholstered in fabric. Stand: Legs in black matt structure lacquered RAL 9005 alt. gray Ral 7046 with ABS glides.

Technical specification
  • Unique ref.maki-chair
  • Collection setOFFECCT
  • CollectionMaki
  • TypeObject (single object)
  • Date of publishing2022-06-27
  • Edition number1
  • Height (mm)715
  • Width (mm)1090
  • Depth (mm)955
Related
  • Material mainUpholstery
  • Material secondaryMetal
  • Designed inSweden
  • Manufactured inPoland
  • Weight Net (Kg)28.5
Classification
  • BIMobject CategoryFurniture - Armchairs
  • IFC classificationFurniture

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