The initial appeal of the lightly scaled Egoa Armchair (1988) is a clean, finely drawn profile that suggests Le Corbusier's "engineer's aesthetic." However, the chair's ultimate success lies in comfort-driven ergonomics. An ingeniously hinged seat and back move easily with the body, inviting users to adopt a dynamic sitting posture and allowing free range of movement. Every detail of the armchair has been carefully considered down to the glides that ensure stability and prevent the steel frame from damaging carpet or wood floor. Offering an alternative to typical armchairs, the Egoa balances ergonomic and functional demands with the appealing warmth of wood. The Egoa Armchair received the Melbourne Award for Innovative Design and is one of the most respected contract-quality chairs in Europe. Simple assembly required. As the exclusive Stua retailer in the U.S., the Egoa Armchair is only at DWR. Made in Spain.
DWR Exclusive in the U.S
Stained beech plywood with beech, wenge-stained alpi, walnut, oak, or ash veneer; chromed steel frame.