The BuzziFloat Chair

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The modern BuzziFloat chair is simple yet distinctive, airy and comfortable, but also able to blend into any office or residential interior. It was designed by Alain Gilles for BuzziSpace, a Belgian company with showrooms all over the world and a recently opened production unit in North Carolina, USA.

The chair has a strong personality thanks to a creative design that leaves open spaces in between the connecting elements. The backrest is a strip of bent plywood which curves around the back and meets the lower strip that connects the seat and upper section. A base anchors the entire piece through four sturdy legs. BuzziFloat is available in various combinations of materials and finishes, to suit a wide range of interiors and requirements. Customers can choose between the non-upholstered chair or the upholstered version which comes with a cushioned seat and backrest, for more comfort. There are also three types of bases to choose from: wooden, metal cross, or metal cross with wheels. Finishes include white wash or black stained ash wood, black or silver for the base, and upholstery completed in fabric or leather.

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