Dimensions

Width 45.5 cm
Depth 51 cm
Height 84 cm
Seat height 46 cm

Materials

Frame finish F Natural Beech
Frame material Wood
Seat upholstery King Fabric 4021
Shell material PU-Flex

Resources

The Akami chairs are some of the most reliable, comfortable and stackable chairs in the Gaber collection.

The in-depth stylistic and ergonomic research, summarizes in a few essential traits a sophisticated and absolutely comfortable seat. The particular drilling of the back, made with 1034 elliptical holes, allows proper transpiration and a general well-being of the user, even for prolonged use. The integrated handle in the body design is optimal for easy transportability. Join the chairs and arrange them on file, or use them for the construction of offices, conference rooms and public spaces: the collection is available at choice between the technopolymer or the upholstered versions, with a wide range of colors and finishes that allow a extensive customization.


Stefano Sandonà

Dialogue between different languages ​​and cultures. The creations of Stefano Sandonà are the result of the contamination of the elements of contemporary culture: graphism, digital world, movement. Inspirations drawn from travel, architecture and landscapes translate into sinuous objects, intense colors and sensory colors.
Born in 1974 in Padua, after an artistic training, he accumulates design and collaboration experiences with other professional firms and companies in the field of furniture.
His approach is concrete, direct, of acquiring professionalism within the entrepreneurial Northeast; develops projects of strong process and dynamism, compatible with the company and the market.

In 2006 he founded the firm Stefano Sandonà Design, his activities range from product design to consulting, to fittings, focusing in particular in the furniture sector.

In a few years he has received prestigious international awards such as the GOOD DESIGN of the Chicago Athenaum, IF Design of Hannover, RED DOT of Essen, just to name the most important ones.


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