A-chair

Designed by jehs+laub

A-chair

Designed by jehs+laub

An ideal multi-purpose chair, the A-Chair includes arm and armless versions featuring a plastic or wood veneer seat, resting on an aluminum or plastic base. Its stacking and ganging capabilities allow the design to excel in settings from individual to large assembly. This unique, durable chair continues to offer solutions for a broad range of applications, aesthetics and price points.



An ideal multi-purpose chair, the A-Chair includes arm and armless versions featuring a plastic or wood veneer seat, resting on an aluminum or plastic base. Its stacking and ganging capabilities allow the design to excel in settings from individual to large assembly. This unique, durable chair continues to offer solutions for a broad range of applications, aesthetics and price points.

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Elegant while uniquely durable, the A-Chair is available in arm and armless versions with a plastic or wood veneer seat, and a plastic or polished aluminum base. Each chair offers upholstery options - a seat pad or interior liner - and additional parts for ganging options.

Design Features:

  • The eye-catching A-frame base borders the seat on either side with a distinctive style
  • Two arm designs and an armless option allow for ultimate design flexibility
  • Base options: 4 plastic colors or aluminum in polished or powder coat
  • Shell options: 5 plastic colors or veneer in beech, oak or walnut finishes
  • Arm options: Black resin arm or monochromatic plastic arm for use on the plastic base chair
  • Both the plastic and wood seat shells have increased flexibility in comparison to typical hard-shell chairs
  • Optional tablet arm attaches to armless chair with ability to fold away neatly when not in use
  • All versions stack 15 high on the floor and 10 high on a cart





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Photographer: Connie Zhou

Photographer: KCPhotography
Firm: SmithGroup JJR

Photographer: Garrett Rowland
Firm: Gensler

Photographer: Stefan Marquardt, Oberursel

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