Meeting chairs were designed by Laurence Humier, a Belgian architectural engineer. Thanks to a system of pistons, pantograph and lever, the Meeting chairs have three combined movements. Meeting chairs do respect and refine the current laws (chairs for public usage have to be chained enabling quick transportation and storing operation).
Meeting chairs are the modular system for a minimum of 2, 3, or 4 seats, depending on your needs. The structure is made of iron and aluminum. The seats are made of Batyline, leather or fabric in a wide range of colors.
Meeting Chairs Batyline version are an indoor and outdoor product. This system of interlinked foldable chairs has obtained an European and American quality certifications for contract uses.
Meeting chairs were included in the permanent collection of New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and in the Vitra Design Museum.
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Devices and concepts are at the base of the projects of Laurence Humier that are translated subsequently into the application of daily use. Materials, forms, functions, aesthetics are analyzed through logic, engineering, science, intuition, and play.View designer’s page