Koila Chair

- Design by Jean Louis Iratzoki
KOILA is a seat designed for restaurants and gastronomic places in general. Designed in collaboration with professional of restaurants and hotels field, this armchair is composed of a curved shell with a base in oak who has pinched the back upholstered in fabric or leather. It provides comfort and holds for ideal sitting position, the arms may rest on the sides of the armchair.

Product Story

Slow food, Slow attitude
The solid oak structure on which the seat is placed features curved legs that hold the curved backrest in position. This detail is specially interesting in the upholstered version as the upper ends of the structure subtly push the padded upholstery.

Product variants

Download: Datasheet

Spaces with Koila Chair

  • Musée des Civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée, Marseille
    Architect: Rudy Ricciotti
    Photography: Mito
  • Mina Restaurant, Bilbao - Basque Country
    Interior design: Logika Tuk
    Photography: Mito

Product characteristics

Upholstery and finishes

The designer Jean Louis Iratzoki:

Ever since he opened his own workshop in 1998, Jean Louis Iratzoki has been committed to the creation of articles impregnated with an emotional value, where the respect for nature, character and restraint give form to a contemporary but simultaneously authentic product. A philosophy which has garnered diverse European awards.

More information: iratzoki-lizaso.com