Sola Visitor



Price range

Under $1,500

Lead Time

12 weeks


Sola chair with a sled base has several upholstery options, including a non-upholstered version.

Sola chairs' careful finish, approachable form and various frame options mean that it easily fits into different types of spaces. The Sola chair can be used on its own or in large groups that look great in any space.

Thanks to a row connection and stackability the Sola chair is ideal also for learning environments.

The Sola chair family designed by Antti Kotilainen includes several chairs and stool versions with various base options. The variety of choices makes it easy to find a suitable solution for various purposes and environments.









Available in numerous leg bases

Coloured upholstered materials or no upholstery options

Can be stackable

Can be height adjustable

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Chair Base options: 4 leg base (with arms), 4 leg base (no arms), 4 leg base with castors (with arms), 4 leg base castors (no arms), Sled base (with arms), Sled base (no arms), Timber legs

Stool base options: Timber legs, sled base medium height, Sled base full height, sled base full seat medium height, sled base full seat full height 

Base colours: White, Black, Chrome or inspiring colours

With/Without Arms for 4 leg, sled, and with castors.

Armrest: plastic (black)

Upholstery options: Upholstered seat and back, upholstered seat, fully upholstered, without upholstery 

Material: Oak, Ash, Stained Ash, Laminate (white or black) 

Accessories: row connector

Height adjustable for chair with 4 leg and castors. 

Felt Glides


About the Designer

about designer
Based in Finland, Martela is one of the Nordic leaders in the office interior industry. A passion to offer the best workplaces has been guiding the company for almost seventy years. Martela provides innovative and ergonomic furniture solutions and collaborates with renowned designers to ensure style needs are met. Martela ensure pieces are designed with individual expression and variation in a collection yet all parts are able to communicate and are easy to combine. 
about designer ANTTI KOTILAINEN

Born in 1966, Helsinki, Finland.

Graduate from the Department of Furniture Design, 1995
Lahti Institute of Design

Professional Appointments:
Design Office Antti Kotilainen 1998-
Freelance designer 1992–1998

State grant for artist, 2011
Finnish culture foundation 2009
State grant for artist, 2006-2008
Finnish- Swedish Culture Foundation 2004
Finnish Culture Foundation 1999, 2003
Olga and Vilho Linnamo Foundation 1999, 1995, 1993
Lahti Design Institute 1995

Prizes and honours:
Furniture Designer of the Year, SIO 2007
Good Design Award of the Chicago Athenaeum Museum 2004
Good Design Award of the Chicago Athenaeum Museum 2002