Brek Chair.

A beautiful lounge chair for break out spaces or private nooks

The Brek is an attractive Italian chair that gives ultimate design flexibility. A contemporary Italian design that is both sophisticated and comfortable, the Brek is available with a selection of base options and upholstered in-house to allow for greater customisation. Mix and match fabric patterns and colours on the front and back panel to create a real feature of this cosy armchair.

Ideal for lounges and coffee nooks, this breakout chair is a perfect cafe seating option. It’s fully upholstered shell is entirely moulded with cold-cure fire retardant polyurethane foam with steel framework. Timber frames are machined onsite and are FSC® certified.

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Material
Polyurethane shell on American Ash
Finishes
Swivel Base - Chrome finish
Timber Base - Stained in any colour
Sled Base - Chrome or powder coated in any colour
Upholstered in any fabric
Mix front and rear panels
Dimensions
830h x 610w x 610d
Seat 460h, Arms 610h
Application
Indoor use
Lead Time
Frames stocked
Finished to order - 3 to 4 weeks
Warranty
5 year commercial warranty
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Making comfortable look cool…

The Brek is one of those chairs that everyone wants to sit in, thanks to its wrap-around shell and ergonomic design. Make it yours by adjusting its look through varying base and upholstery options.

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Brek Chair
A beautiful lounge chair for break out spaces or private nooks
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