The Versatile Saya chair by Lievore Altherr Molina

Saya is a chair that is apparently very simple and yet t has something that makes it special. It has a minimalist design and a graphic shape. The clean cut lines, the striking angles and the way all these shapes are combined result in an eye-catching piece of furniture.

The chair was a creation of Spanish designer Lievore Altherr Molina for Arper. It has a simple but bold silhouette and a graphic and striking look. The chair is a reinterpretation of a classical design with a modern appearance. This makes it a bold and also versatile piece of furniture. In fact, the Saya chair was designed to be suitable for both residential and commercial spaces. It’s a beautiful chair to be used in the dining room but also on the deck, terrace or even in the garden. It’s also suitable for coffee places or other types of commercial spaces.

The Saya chair is made from oak and it has a durable and strong construction. It features a four-leg base that is available in wood or in chrome-finished steel. The chair also has wither a teak or natural stain. Because of their simple and practical base, the chairs are stackable for easy storage. Also, they come in a variety of colors including brown, white, shades of red, orange, beige and yellow.



Published by in Sofa and Chair, on July 13th, 2012

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