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Fun chairs from Inside Out

26 May 2010 by

Straight from the Milan Furniture Fair comes a host of interesting chair designs from London company Inside Out.

Spun is a cross between a giant spinning top and a chair. Made from moulded polyethylene, it can be positioned upright or leant on its side.

Polka (pictured below) is a fun stackable polypropylene chair with cut-out holes all over the frame in various sizes. It is suitable for use inside or outside and comes in pink, orange, red, green and grey.

Rib is a more practical design in black/white/chrome and is stackable up to 25 chairs high with a stacking trolley.

Shaker is a simplistic design piece with the option of contrasting seat and frame colours, while polycarbonate Murano is inspired by transparent Venetian glass and comes with fabric or leather seat cushions.

Eco-friendly Orbit is 100% recyclable, UV-treated and non-scratch, and comes in metallic colours.

French designer Pierre Paulin-inspired Flower is manufactured in transparent polycarbonate with fabric or leather seat cushions while Orchard features a chrome or lacquer frame and a seat that is glossy on the outside and matt inside.

To buy it, callInside Out
020 8305 3137

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