Antonio Citterio, 2005
The Visavis 2 visitor and conference chair by Antonio Citterio is a convincing combination of aesthetic restraint, structural clarity and superb comfort. Designed for use in training venues and for mass seating, e.g. in auditoriums, it also comes in a stackable version with a row connector and writing tablet.
from $ 975.00
- Backrest and seat: plastic backrest with integrated polyamide armrests, basic dark or soft light. Back with round perforations in a grid pattern. Polyurethane seat cushion. Covers in fabric or in leather with double seams on a flat seat cushion.
- Base: tubular steel, powder-coated in basic dark or chrome-plated with polished finish. Bases with a polished chrome finish are also available in a stackable version (max. 3 chairs).
The Visavis 2 visitor and conference chair is a convincing combination of aesthetic restraint, structural clarity and superb comfort. Due to the shape and construction of the tubular steel frame, this cantilever chair is extremely comfortable. The free suspension of the seat allows it to respond to the sitter‘s movements with slightly springy flexibility. The backrest is made of flexible plastic with integrated armrests. Its special construction not only provides solid support to the spine, but also allows a high degree of mobility. Perforations in the surface ensure constant air circulation. All of these elements are not just aesthetic features, but essential elements of comfort. For use in training venues and for mass seating in auditoriums and other large spaces, Visavis 2 is available in a stackable version, with row connectors and with writing tablets.
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The architect and designer Antonio Citterio, who lives and works in Milan, has collaborated with Vitra since 1988. Together they have produced a series of office chairs and various office systems, as well as products for the Vitra Home Collection. The Citterio Collection is constantly being expanded.
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