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Stacy

Stacy, Design by Lievore Altherr, 2018

Stacy, Design by Lievore Altherr, 2018 © Marco Covi & RNDR Studio

High performance in a quiet gesture, the stacking chair has grown up.

Stacy, Design by Lievore Altherr, 2018

Stacy © Iris Humm

Stacy, Design by Lievore Altherr, 2018

Stacy © Zinc | Thomas Mellbye

Stacy, Design by Lievore Altherr, 2018

Stacy © Sergey Volokitin

Stacy, Design by Lievore Altherr, 2018

Stacy © Zinc | Thomas Mellbye

Stacy, Design by Lievore Altherr, 2018

Stacy © Marco Covi & RNDR Studio

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The Stacy collection is inspired by classical architecture in colors that evoke structural materiality — brick, rust, sandstone, marble, iron — yet remains visually and physically lightweight. Discrete and distinguished, Stacy lends sophistication to modular seating needs.

Stable elegance — Lievore Altherr
Stacy, Design by Lievore Altherr, 2018

Stacy © Sergey Volokitin

Stacy, Design by Lievore Altherr, 2018

Stacy © Marco Covi & RNDR Studio

Stacy, Design by Lievore Altherr, 2018

Stacy © Zinc | Thomas Mellbye

Stacy, Design by Lievore Altherr, 2018

Stacy © Marco Covi & RNDR Studio

Stacy, Design by Lievore Altherr, 2018

Stacy © Marco Covi & RNDR Studio

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The Stacy collection blends functionality with understated elegance. The essential form is lightweight at only 5.5 kg. It can be trolley stacked up to 40 chairs for ease of transport in provisional and impromptu seating environments like universities, conference rooms, auditoriums, churches, or public spaces. The sled base is available chromed or painted in four dfferent colors, with or without armrests; the shell is in polypropylene, with upholstered seat or fully upholstered, or fire retardant plastic finishes. Or, create custom material pairings by combining different seat and backrest finish options: monocolor, colored seat and back, or black seat with a colored back. A suite of accessory options including a left or right side detachable writing tablet, a linking system, row spacer, numbering system and trolley for stacking enhance the Stacy’s functionality, while delicate details like a comfortable waterfall seat shape and gentle sloping backrest make this robustly practical chair anything but basic.

Stacy, Design by Lievore Altherr, 2018

Stacy, Design by Lievore Altherr, 2018 © Zinc | Thomas Mellbye

Designed by
Lievore Altherr
Lievore Altherr
Stacy Collection Catalog, Design by Lievore Altherr, 2018
Product Overview
The Stacy collection blends functionality with understated elegance. The essential form is lightweight at only 5.5 kg. It can be trolley stacked up to 40 chairs for ease of transport in provisional and impromptu seating environments like universities, conference rooms, auditoriums, churches, or public spaces. The sled base is available chromed or painted in four dfferent colors, with or without armrests; the shell is in polypropylene, with upholstered seat or fully upholstered, or fire retardant plastic finishes. Or, create custom material pairings by combining different seat and backrest finish options: monocolor, colored seat and back, or black seat with a colored back. A suite of accessory options including a left or right side detachable writing tablet, a linking system, row spacer, numbering system and trolley for stacking enhance the Stacy’s functionality, while delicate details like a comfortable waterfall seat shape and gentle sloping backrest make this robustly practical chair anything but basic.
Stacy Collection Catalog, Design by Lievore Altherr, 2018
Product name

Stacy

Designer

Lievore Altherr

Materials

Steel, Aluminium, Eco-leather, Leather, Polypropylene

Features

stackable

Year

2018

Official website

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