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Sola Visitor

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  • Europe
  • 12 Weeks

Sola chair has several upholstery options, including a non-upholstered version. Sola chair’s 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 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.

  • Dimensions W 540 × D 520 × H 780 mm

5-year warranty
Single-piece seat and backrest
4-leg steel frame with felt glides

  • With or without armrests
  • Exposed seat in Oak, Ash, stained Ash or white or black laminate
  • Fully upholstered seat and backrest or upholstered seat only
  • Base: chrome or powdercoated
  • Row connectors
About the designer
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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 70 years. Martela provides innovative and ergonomic furniture solutions and collaborates with renowned designers to ensure style needs are met.
Martela ensures pieces are designed with individual expression and variation in a collection yet all parts are able to communicate and are easy to combine. It is their mission to create interiors that will remain fresh well into the future. Drawing from the many years of experience they design high-quality future classics.

Designed By
Antti Kotilainen

Born in 1966, Helsinki, Finland. Antti graduated from the Department of Furniture Design in 1995 and has since won several awards including Furniture Designer of the Year, SIO 2007, Good Design Award of the Chicago Athenaeum Museum 2004 and Good Design Award of the Chicago Athenaeum Museum 2002.


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