Item No. 100184582

Lino Chair

C$ 995.00
Item No. 100184582

Lino Chair

C$ 995.00
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  • Contoured seat.
  • Spinal support.
  • Adjustable arms.
  • 44" H 26" W 27" D
Detailed Dimensions

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12-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
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Lino Chair
C$ 995.00
Comfort and value — With the Lino chair, you don’t have to choose between a good design and a good deal. You get them both, along with a 12-year warranty.
Details

Details

Sitting comfortably

Conceived by design partners Sam Hecht and Kim Colin, the Lino chair (2018) brings you scientifically backed comfort and a wide range of aesthetic options. Its breathable mesh suspension works in tandem with a fixed or adjustable lumbar for total spinal support. The arms are adjustable for added comfort. Constructed of 97% recyclable materials. Backed by a 12-year manufacturer’s warranty.
  • Contoured seat.
  • Spinal support.
  • Adjustable arms.
Brand
Herman Miller
General Dimensions
  • 44" H 26" W 27" D
Product Weight
32.8 lbs
Box Dimensions
  • 40.25" H 29.13" W 29.25" D
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
12-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Lino Chair

Lino Chair

  • Height (in): 44
  • Width (in): 26
  • Depth (in): 27
  • Weight (lbs): 32.8
  • Seat Height (in): 20.75
  • Seat Width (in): 19.5
  • Seat Depth (in): 15.1
  • Steel, aluminum, and plastic frame
  • Plastic back mesh
  • Polyurethane foam seat cushion with Noble fabric (100% wool) upholstery
  • Powder-coated or polished die-cast aluminum base
  • Nylon casters

Kim Colin and Sam Hecht

Together, Kim Colin and Sam Hecht are partners in London-based design firm Industrial Facility, founded jointly in 2002, where they approach architecture and industrial design by carefully considering context in combination with minimalist aesthetics and real-world utility.

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