The chair Unix Chair Vitra is a project developed by Antonio Citterio in 2010, which looks like an elegant solution for the office or study, can be used in the various versions available, such as study chair, conference room, board room, desk, from the waiting room or why not, to equip public places.
The seat remains the same, while changing the structure from which it rises, from a swivel foot, five-spoke wheels on foot or a four star on shoes at a base stacking four legs on skids or wheels, up to two stacked bending models .
Vitra responds to every need different Unix-Chair and five variants.
For example, the stacking patterns of Unix, can be extremely useful in meetings, as they can be deployed quickly and be placed quickly and in a small space.
All versions of Unix Chair are always provided with arms and have a comfortable seat, ergonomically designed, combined with a new type of lining Padded network to deliver an extraordinary comfort.
The various bases are made of polished aluminum and give elegance to the project, while the seat is made of plastic and available in gray or black in combination with nine different colors of the fabric.