New from Enea: Ema 4L and Kaiak

Enea presented two new chairs at Milan Furniture Fair in April 2018. Ema 4L and Kaiak expand and consolidate Enea’s existing product lines with new variations, colours and materials. Designed for commercial, residential, hospitality and public spaces, Ema 4L and Kaiak offer functionality, flexibility and good looks.

Ema 4L , designed by Lievore Altherr Molina, is a four-legged evolution of the original Ema chair with a sled base. The chair is characterised by its versatility, lightness and strength and provides a comfortable and functional solution in public and private spaces.

Well suited to commercial spaces available, the Ema collection is now available with or without aluminium arms, offering flexibility in seating configurations. The slim tubular steel frame is extremely robust and the polypropylene seat and back have the option of being upholstered. Weighing only four kilograms, Ema is stackable up to 30 chairs and an optional partially open back rest enables easy handling.

Kaiak, designed by by Estudi Manel Molina, has a fresh contemporary design with a sleek, curved oak frame. The enveloping form of the chair is relaxed and inviting, and the combination of wood and upholstery is modern and sophisticated.

Kaiak is available with or without arms. Those with arms have a backrest that curves further around to the front, while those without have a backrest that sweeps elegantly down to the front corners of the chair. The seat can be fully or partially upholstered in an array of colours and allows the option of upholstery on the seat and/or back. Kaiak is available with four solid-oak legs, four spokes, cold laminate-steel spin base or injected aluminium five-pronged base with wheels.

For more information about the Ema and Kaiak collections, drop by the KE-ZU showroom at Alexandria or view the products online.

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