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Office Swivel Chair AC 5 Work - Nero/Cream White

Office Swivel Chair AC 5 Work - Nero/Cream White

Regular price RM9,604.00 MYR
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The elegant office swivel chair AC 5 Work is equipped with a range of sophisticated functions that not only guarantee healthy seating comfort, but are also discreetly out of sight. This clean look enhances the graceful lines of AC 5 Work, whose distinctive design and uncompromising functionality make it a perfect seating option for well-appointed offices.

The sophisticated structure of the AC 5 Work backrest with three different zones – lumbar zone, sink-in zone and shoulder zone – provides optimum support for the neck and prevents muscle tension. Further ergonomic features of AC 5 Work include the FlowMotion mechanism with synchronized forward tilt and seat depth adjustment, as well as the innovative FreeFloat armrests.

Technical Details

Design Year: 2017

Made in: Germany

Size: W585 x D530-780 x H1010-1130 mmAC 5 Work with lumbar support and FreeFloat armrests

Base: polished aluminium
Cover material: Plano 87


Material: Polyester: 100%
Abrasion resistance: 80,000 Martindale
Seat version: standard
Cover colour: Nero / Cream White
Armrests: FreeFloat armrests
Base on: castors soft, braked for hard floor
Lumbar support: without adjustable lumbar support


Antonio Citterio | Designer - Rekadeka Malaysia

Antonio Citterio, 2017

The architect and designer Antonio Citterio, who lives and works in Milan, has collaborated with Vitra since 1988. Together they have produced a series of office chairs and various office systems, as well as products for the Vitra Home Collection. The Citterio Collection is constantly being expanded.


Logo Vitra - Original - Rekadeka Malaysia

Vitra is much more than a brand but rather a staple of design. Established in 1950 in Birsfelden, Switzerland, the brand has left its mark in design history through its transcending path. Starting as a furniture producer, it paved its way to manufacturing and ultimately becoming the powerhouse design institution we see today.

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