Structural design: Nuno by Gabbertas Studio for Allermuir

Introducing the Nuno chair by Gabbertas Studio for Allermuir. The chair uses lamination as a structural component, so that the leg frame and the seat are integrated and interdependent, providing strength for each other. The seat lamination incorporates subtle dimensional shaping to optimize ergonomic comfort when used for extended periods or at a table. A section of the leg frame is inserted into the lamination in the back and appears to do the same under the seat. The frame design also allows it to incorporate the primary stacking buffers, with an additional single spacer located under the middle of the seat, again to minimize visual impact. The chair is available in a number of veneers and colors.

Allermuir Furniture’s product line extends from seating—task, multi-purpose, café and soft styles—to tables, benches and stools.

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