The Space chair has a unique and modern design that combines the warmth and natural beauty of wood and braid options. This chair is named after the concept of space, representing the open and airy design of the chair. It is designed to be comfortable and supportive, with a wide and sturdy seat and backrest. The open design of the chair allows for air circulation and keeps the user cool and comfortable. It is also lightweight and stackable, making it a versatile seating option for any space.
UPHOLSTERY / FABRIC-RECASENS
UPHOLSTERY / FABRIC-SUNBRELLA
FABRIC Maxxmora is offering a wide range of exclusive, %100 solution-dyed acrylic fabrics with a soft touch and stylish, sophisticated pattern. %100 solution-dyed acrylic has 7-8 colorfastness under exposure to ultra-violet rays and open-air conditions. All Acrylic fabrics have a surface treatment that enhances water and stain repellent properties.
ALUMINIUM Aluminium is a perfect material for an outdoor solution that is light, excellent weight and strength ratio, and is resistant to corrosion. The Aluminium profiles and casting items that we are using on our furniture are coated by electrostatic powder Coating finish which provides excellent coverage to the surface of the aluminum and prevents corrosion for many years.
FAUX LEATHER Faux leathers are highly durable for outdoor conditions and have resistance to stain, dirt, and remainings. The composition of the artificial leather is 2% Vinyl Acrylic 76% Polyvinyl Chloride 22% Polyester and has 100.000 Martindale and fire retardancy properties.
BRAID Maxxmora is producing braid and cord from %100 solution-dyed acrylic which is very durable in outdoor conditions. There is a braided acrylic cover over a polyester filament which also gives tensile strength to the product.
TEAK/IROKO Teak and Iroko are extremely resistant hardwood to outdoor conditions, such as changes in temperatures, humidity, saltines, snow, and frost. Being a natural product, it is normal for teak/iroko to get small surficial cracks and to lose its color from golden brown to light silver within 6 months to 2 years due to the natural weathering.