MDF Italia design chairs are eye-catching and highly comfortable. Available in a wide range of bases and finishes, they are key protagonists in numerous living and contract furnishing projects. In fact they express at top levels the cosmopolitan and universal nature of MDF Italia design furniture, featuring a contemporary style and a technological heart.
Simplified shapes combine with functionality, so that chairs can be perfectly inserted in modern living rooms, as well as in the most refined working contexts, from offices to conference rooms.
MDF Italia’s original chairs originate from a strong teamwork, with famous designers who profitably collaborate with the company’s project center, constantly developing new models of chairs to meet the end users’ changeable tastes and needs. To adapt to new lifestyles is always the common thread of all of MDF Italia’s furnishing ideas.
Some of MDF Italia’s chairs have turned into real trend-setter products for modern furnishing.
One of these is Jean Marie Massaud’s Flow Chair: designed for home environments, office and communities, it is available in a wide rage of bases and finishes, with either white or black shell and can be completed with a padding, thus emphasising its comfort.
Jean Marie Massaud also proposes the Aiku chair, aiming at combining the paradoxes of uses and sensitiveness, with its refined architecture designed for living areas and contract spaces.
Among the latest creations there is also Sag by Nendo-Oki Sato, an extraordinary versatile product that more than ever testifies MDF Italia’s focus on continuous innovation. Either stool or coffee table, either for outdoor or indoor, Sag is a versatile and functional accessory. Stools’ legs are usually “column” elements, while Sag was conceived as a single piece folded on itself, like a fabrics suspended in the air and melted in three directions in a single shape.
MDF Italia’s design chair collection is full of proposals and solutions, materials and finishes and meets the needs of any end user. MDF Italia chairs hallmarks can be summed up as follows: