The LYRA task chairs in new colours

12. 3. 2024

High seating comfort at favourable prices. That is how our LYRA series can be described in a single sentence. It has belonged to our best-selling office chair series for years.

The 215 model is currently being offered with a plastic part of the backrest in the following colours: brick red and sage green. A painted aluminium base of the same colours can be ordered for a surcharge. It is also possible to fit the seat with a new upholstery fabric, Salo, whose two shades are a perfect match for the backrest colours. The result is a tastefully coloured office chair.

The aforementioned colours (brick red and sage green) have also become part of our standard range of powder paints. You can now have basically all of our metal bases painted in these new shades.

Apart from the new colours there will be one more change to the LYRA series. All models with the meshed backrest will become part of our new LYRA AIR series.


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