Contemporary twist: Ally collection from m.a.d. furniture design

m.a.d. furniture design has launched the Ally collection of counter-height stools and chairs that fuses the style of traditional frames with the functionality of outdoor furnishings. Inspired by the classic split back cafe chair, each of the collection’s variations may be used in casual indoor and outdoor dining settings. The collection’s stackable, weather-resistant chairs are composed of aluminum frames.

Featuring tapered legs and a deep-set seat, both the collection’s table-and counter-height chairs offer a slender footprint. Each of the chair’s upper bodies have a curvilinear support, adding both style and stability. Further support is granted to the counter-height variation with a central I-beam at the chair’s base.

The collection also includes two table options, a square style top for smaller groups and a rectangular option to accommodate larger parties. A round base contrasts with each of the tabletops and a cylindrical pole connects the two elements. Ally is offered in muted, earthy powder-coated finishes including green, black and white. For indoor use, a moulded plywood seat is also available in natural ash and bleached ash.

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