Egoa Armchair

Designed by Josep Mora for Stua


Item Number: 1977
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Engineer and designer Josep Mora is known for using technical solutions to solve problems related to movement, as seen in his Egoa Armchair (1991). This lightly scaled chair initially captivates with a clean, finely drawn profile that suggests Le Corbusier's “engineer's aesthetic.” However, its ultimate success lies in the comfort-driven ergonomics, with an ingeniously hinged seat and back that move freely with your body, inviting you to adopt a dynamic sitting posture. Careful to balance functionality and form, it juxtaposes the precision and strength of steel with the warmth of wood. Simple assembly required. Backed by a two year manufacturer’s warranty. Made in Spain.

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H 32.5" W 20" D 21" Seat H 16" Arm H 24"


Ash seat with lacquered finish or beech plywood seat with wood veneer finish or top-grain leather upholstery; chromed steel frame; plastic floor glides.

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