Lan Office Chair

- Design by Iratzoki Lizaso
The functional characteristics of the Lan chair are inconspicuous: the mechanism disappears under the seat and the armrests form an integral part of the backrest. Meticulous work has been carried out on the shape, the contact zones and the choice of materials in order to create a congenial and comfortable object. Wood, Alki’s favourite material, is used in both inside and outside the seat.

The functionality of the Lan chair enables it to adapt to all morphologies, and the synchronous mechanism integrated in the seat is self-adjusting. It tailors the tension of the backrest according to the weight of the user. The backrest can be locked in three different tilt positions and its shape has been designed to allow the user maximum freedom of twisting movement.

Product Story

Work Companion
"We noticed that more and more people around us had less and less esteem for office chairs. The aesthetic codes for these chairs more closely resemble an "orthopaedic" tool than a cherished work companion. If, on top of that, one considers that most of the adjustment devices are only used very rarely, it seemed an interesting idea to get rid of its superfluous functions."
Iratzoki & Lizaso

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The designer Iratzoki Lizaso:

Iratzoki Lizaso is an industrial design studio created in the Basque Country, in 2016. Having worked together over several years, Jean Louis Iratzoki and Ander Lizaso decided to form a partnership. Ably supported by their experienced team, they work closely with both small companies and large corporations.

Their work encompasses various areas of design: home and office furniture, textiles, lighting, ephemeral architecture and accessories. Jean Louis Iratzoki and Ander Lizaso are also the artistic directors of certain brands. From their work emerge enduring items that inspire emotion and affection.

Web: iratzoki-lizaso.com


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