Allseating Debuts a Unique, “Looped” Executive Chair at NeoCon 2019

June 3, 2019

Allseating Debuts a Unique, “Looped” Executive Chair at NeoCon 2019

Mantra exudes mid-century modern, European design

 

Chicago, IL — June 2019 — Allseating is excited to announce the preview of Mantra, an executive chair ideal for conference rooms and private offices. Conceptualized by in-house industrial designer Nita Chakravarty, Mantra is characterized by a mid-century modern-inspired infinite “loop” that connects the seat, back and arms all together in a way that’s both functional, and aesthetically interesting. The chair can be used for impromptu office meetings or formal settings such as private offices and boardrooms.

Mantra features a slim, European-inspired profile and elegant materials. Its signature detail - the infinity loop that brings its seat, back and arms together - is available in solid oak or polished aluminum. Two back heights and the option for upholstered inlays add comfort and personalization for the user. Mantra’s knee-tilt mechanism moves intuitively with the user, and its simple height and tilt lock make for effortless adjustments. As its name suggests, Mantra was designed to encourage focus and motivation with its visually appealing shape and comfortable sit.

“Mantra is a true representation of Allseating’s own ‘mantra’ and mission to offer innovative and thoughtfully designed products at a competitive price,” says Chris Binnendyk, President of Allseating. “The chair’s components come together to form a fully integrated seating solution that can be specified in a variety of materials and finishes, including aluminum, wood, poly, and fully-upholstered—allowing designers to customize the chair to fit any environment and aesthetic.” 

 

In addition to Mantra, Allseating will also be featuring product previews at NeoCon from Todd Yetman’s new collection, Watson and Innate, Nick Gillissie’s Exchange Phase 3, and Carl Gustav Magnusson’s third collaboration with Allseating, Prata. The brand will also be previewing Emanuela Frattini Magnusson’s new Grade 4 fabric collection that features geometric shapes and pops of color.