The design of increasingly interconnected workplaces requires eclectic and inclusive responses that favour both the exact identification of spaces and the recognition of their function.
In a multifunctional context, by definition constantly changing and heterogeneous, the need for agile and intelligent solutions rises. Emmegi’s response to the challenges imposed by the current approach to workspace design is represented by Wait, a fresh and versatile operational office chair, characterized by a measured and sober design, which makes its ductility the fundamental distinctive feature. Born to be adopted in many different design contexts, it stands out for the large number of possible configurations.
Wait is available in the visitor or meeting version, with a cantilever frame, with a four-legged structure, pivoting on wheels, and in the practical four-legged variant on wheels. The cantilever frame is made of chrome or black painted shaped tubular steel. The four legged seat, also in tubular steel, has the same finishes.
The anatomical and enveloping nylon backrest, embraced itself by an elegantly shaped tubular structure that defines the armrests, is available in the elasticised mesh or fabric covered polyurethane padded version.
The swivel chair version, on the other hand, consists of a black nylon or polished aluminium base complemented by self-braking rubber wheels with double tread. The seat, made of nylon, is upholstered in flexible CFC-free polyurethane.