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ENEA presents new additions to the Lotus collection at Maison&Objet 2016

ENEA is presenting its latest items in the Lottus line at Maison&Objet 2016: Lottus Lounge high & Ottoman, Lottus Conference and Lottus AL table. The highly stackable Ema chair also features at Parisian event. ENEA, is going to this year’s Maison&Objet fair, which will take place from 20th to 26th January 2016 in Paris to present the latest incorporations to its Lottus line: Lottus Lounge high & Ottoman, Lottus Conference and Lottus AL table which focus mainly on solutions for public facilities or home spaces, as well as highly stackable Ema chair, all designs developed together with Lievore Altherr Molina studio. ENEA is an international company created in 1984 with the aim of providing contemporary designer products that are perfect for any sort of space: home, offices, restaurants, auditoriums, congress halls, etc. The firm, after more than three decades manufacturing and marketing equipment for home spaces and public facilities, continues to surprise with new itmes that seek out the “art of living” through their design, comfort, ergonomics, finishes and versatility. Maison&Objet, which will be held at the Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre, is ENEA’s first global event in furniture and decoration of the year. Since it began in the 10990s, this fair has become a benchmark in design and decoration for its contribution to creativity and innovation. At this latest edition of Maison&Objet, ENEA, firmly committed to the public-space sector without forgetting about private spaces, is presenting three new Lottus products that, despite their simple appearance, stand out for their elegant design that ushers in practicality and comfort, key characteristics for contract installations. Furniture that fits with ENEA’s mission to provide highly innovative, top-quality, functional designs for public facilities and home spaces. Lottus Lounge high is an oversized chair with a high back, making it even more comfortable and a great new solution for rest areas in public spaces: waiting romos, hotel foyers, Reading romos, office receptions, or home. It’s a great resource for spaces seeking elegant, comfortable furniture. The Lottus Lounge hight Ottoman, which has the same shape as the Lottus chair and a base with 4 aluminium legs, has been developed as an accessory to pair with the chair as a footrest. Lottus Conference is a chair created for informal meeting areas. Manufactured with a birch wood shell, fully or partially upholstered, its main distinguishing feature is its high back and the option to add aluminum arms. The Lottus AL table is an evolution of the Lottus table, following the same geometric lines but differing in its 4- legged foot for larger tables and optional fold-down table top. Designed to provide new options for public spaces, restaurants and homes, it is manufactured with an injected aluminum structure finished, polished or lacquered, and in three different table top formats (square, round or oval) that can range from 600mm to 1400mm. Last but not least, the Ema chair. This chair is light, functional and highly stackable, developed to update and improve on the conventional stackable chair by incorporating current technology, knowledge and design. It can be stacked up to 25 units high without a trolley or 45 units on a stacking trolley. The chair weighs only 4.5 kg, with a polypropylene shell and a thin steel-tube structure than can be finished in lacquer or chrome, making it easy to handle. It combines two back designs, open and full, in either polypropylene or upholstered finish. It is available as a chair or a stool, with or without arms, fully or partially upholstered and in all of the ENEA finishes. Source: ENEA Read more news related Enea published at Infurma Read more news related Lievore Altherr  Molina published at Infurma Read more news related Maison&Objet published at Infurma Visit the new Enea website
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