Award winning designers Lievore, Altherr & Molina (LAM) have spent the past two years rolling out their extensive contract seating and table collection: Lottus. Designed for Spain's premier contract furnishing house, ENEA - Lottus is more than proving itself to be the younger, most versatile and vibrant cousin to the once popular Catifa chair, another successful LAM collection. Lottus' hand, just this week, has been dealt a winning card with Australian industry body Furntech certifying the four leg Lottus Chair with the highest possible rating for use in commercial applications.  The AFRDI Level 6 rating is achieved only when a product can demonstrate resistance to "severe commercial use". [caption id="attachment_3772" align="aligncenter" width="600" caption="Southgate Melbourne - A Dexus Property"][/caption]

This highly sought after quality certification affords the specifier peace-of-mind and assures them that the performance of the design - in projects where circumstance and clients are most demanding - will offer best possible value-for-money through an extended product life, all the while retaining an appealing and customisable aesthetic. With more models from the Lottus family currently undergoing testing and already proven "green" with its GECA certification, this collection is on track to become to go-to for food-court, schools, restaurants and any public space that calls for good design that can withstand the worst treatment. Thoroughly designed and wholly engineered, reliable, furniture programs are the stuff of facility manager and specifiers dreams...  ENEA collaborating with LAM? That there would be the stuff dreams are made of! For more on the "AFRDI Blue Tick" click here.