Equally elegant and pure, the Mem (an ancient Egyptian term for water) chair comprises a beautiful mixture of sleek design through its curvaceous form and skillfully crafted corners. Designed by Christophe Pillet for  Kristalia Design, it’s created from molded injected polypropylene reinforced with fiber glass. This chair has two holes for stacking capabilities making it viable in both indoor and outdoor environments.

 

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