Stella: "Simple yet elegant". This chair is a modern settee [we will see this design later on in French interiors]. The Stella would be a great fit for residential and upscale commercial settings.
Tanya: Made out of plywood with an ambiguous shape. This chair is similar to the Cherner chair Circa 1958.
Moca: Constructed with multi wood laminate consisting of indigenous renewable hardwoods with a clear lacquer finish. Solid wood construction. The Moca adds variety in a modern form. The colours are warm and calm with an Autumn feel. Recommended for restaurants and Hotels.
Ma.mi: Designed with tapered metal, the Ma.ma is sleek and comes in different heights such as counter, and bar. The arms are detached, I find that innovative. It also gives an illusion of being levitated. The seat material is a suede and has a great colour for the merging of the metal.
EZ: Made of polypropylene and reminiscent of the Panton chair by Verner Panton. I love how they changed the idea by adding 2 back legs.
***For more information on these lovely chairs check out: Cape Contract Furniture