The comfortable and generously-sized Kuskoa Bi is the first chair on the market to be manufactured in bioplastic. Its particularly enveloping shell, cut out in such a way as to optimize back and arm support, is delicately placed on a solid wood trestle. An upholstered version is also available.
Zutik is a complete system organized along a horizontal solid oak beam. It can be reconfigured over and over again, both in length and composition, so it perfectly adapts to both large and small spaces as well as a variety of surroundings.
The Jantzi collection has grown through the addition of a new chair with armrests. In this new technically challenging piece, the chair is constructed around a metal frame that is then enveloped in solid oak.
The Heldu family has added a collection of benches that come in two different sizes of seats and backrests. Another new feature is that the whole collection can now be covered with linoleum, a product manufactured from renewable and natural raw materials.
At his farm, José Miguel Barandiaran, the famous Basque ethnologist, had a favourite stool that he entrusted to a member of the Iratzoki family. After being handed down it was reinterpreted first by Jean Louis Iratzoki’s great- uncle then again by his father. Hiruki is his latest take on this object.
Selected pieces in the Emea range are now available in hand oiled walnut. The seats of the chairs and stools are covered in full-grain leather selected from the Remy Carriat tannery.