Cleanlean: Sit And Have A Rest

A chair designed by the Industrial Design students at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand fort he places such as airports, libraries etc.



Flexible furniture pieces can be set easily thanks to the linkages that are mounted to its outer frame according to the different seating positions.

Comfort is together with functionality: cleanlean

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