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Keeping with the Thea series’ evolutionary design, Versteel has revealed a new seating option to complement the Thea table in various gathering spaces, as well as independently pair with other furniture in a wide range of contexts.
The Thea chair, designed exclusively for Versteel by Roberto Lucci, incorporates the same hairpin leg detail as the Thea table to provide added strength as well as comfort. With a growing demand for products that are both efficient and visually appealing, this sleek seating option is efficiently designed to provide users with solutions that can be seamlessly integrated into the aesthetic.
“With a design partnership with Versteel dating back to 2000, renowned Italian designer Roberto Lucci is a visionary with a modernist perspective. He was instrumental in the development of solutions such as the Thea series, which showcases artistic sensibility while boosting productivity,” said Versteel President Scott Schwinghammer.
With the addition of a distinctive keyhole cutout element to the back for added design interest, the Thea chair exhibits an elevated look perfect for versatile congregational spaces. Featuring rounded polycarbonate glides and a formed plywood shell with an optional upholstered seat, the chair is an exemplification of Versteel’s commitment to combining strong design with maximum functionality.
Available in all powder coat colors, Chrome and Nickel finishes. The Quarter cut Ash formed plywood chair is customizable in upholstered and non-upholstered options. Thea chairs are available at furniture dealerships across the U.S.
For more information visit www.versteel.com.
Through decades of innovation and dedication, Versteel has designed and manufactured highly functional, precision-engineered, durable contract furniture from its Jasper, Indiana-based facilities for its discerning clientele around the world. Consistently delivering product with a high level of quality and rigorous attention to detail, Versteel constantly evolves to operate at the highest possible level for its customers.