New at the ‘ZU – Latest Vondom products and stock has arrived in time for Christmas 

Vondom always promises versatile, organic and fresh designs, and every year it delivers. Vondom stock, plus new product, has just arrived at KE-ZU and includes chairs, stools and tables suitable for a variety of indoor and outdoor styles and settings. With short lead times, the in-stock range is a perfect solution in the run up to Christmas.

Vondom’s Africa (above top) and Brooklyn dining chairs (above bottom) are new this year and have been introduced to further develop their respective collections. Africa, designed by Eugeni Quitllet, is a stackable chair with a curving, enveloping arm and backrest that wraps from one side of the chair to the other. Africa stool takes the chair design to another level with longer legs and no armrests.

Other chairs to arrive in stock include Delta designed by Jorge Pensi (below top), and Spritz by Archirivolto (below bottom). Delta is a lightweight armchair with angular forms giving it a strong identity. Spritz has a fresh and simple design with a slatted formation of hinting at beachside wooden fences.

Vondom’s Wall Street stools (below) have also arrived. It has a small curving seat sitting atop a rectangular frame and is made from 100-per-cent recyclable polyethylene.

We also have more Faz (left) and Mari-Sol (right) table bases. Both have a pedestal structure with a central post and three angular legs. They come in varying heights for coffee, dining and bar tables, and have practical collapsible top options for indoor and outdoor settings. A black laminate top option is also in stock, and available in round and square formats.

For more information about the new Vondom product and stock, drop by the KE-ZU showroom at Alexandria or view the products online.

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