About the ProductDaylight mesh stacking chair sets new aesthetic and ecological standards for premium high density, multi-purpose stacking seating. The mesh seat and back conforms to the body, prevents pressure points from forming and provides a cool, comfortable sit. A combination of torsion bar frame and flexible resin back allows the chair to move with the user. This Japanese stacking chair also features integral linking glides. The polypropylene seat and back is available in three colors, black, grey and white. The seat mesh is available in black, light grey and white. The steel frame is available in a durable silver powder coat finish or a chrome option is also available. Using a unique patented manufacturing processes, Daylight's resin frame and mesh are fabricated as one. The Daylight chair weighs only 3.8kg ensuring easy stacking and transport on its dolly and features flexible mesh. Stackable up to 45 units high (on its dolly), Daylight's functional strengths place it in the top echelon of multi-purpose seating. Featuring 'stacking stoppers' which prevent friction damage, Daylight is ideal for high traffic training, meeting and conference areas. Daylight's design is completely ecologically friendly and are constructed from recycled and recyclable material. Daylight weaves an exquisite mesh material around a clean, contemporary design. It blends seamlessly into various settings. Whether used as a solitary guest chair for a workstation or grouped en masse in an auditorium, Daylight's quiet "presence" adds an air of elegance to any environment.
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Now associated with high-end contract furniture that is super friendly to the planet, axona AICHI was established in Japan by Tsurumi Seisakusyo Co in 1939. In the late 40s the company began manufacturing connected chairs for movie theatres, and by the mid-1960s axona AICHI was creating seating for universities, schools and community centres, and was the number one manufacturer of folding chairs in Japan. The FC-1200 was an early success, utilised in thousands of educational institutions across Japan. The 70s saw axona AICHI produce the world’s first folding table on casters and the first stacking chair made of stainless pipe. Over the years the company has picked up the prestigious Japanese Good Design Award an impressive 135 times.