Though I can’t unequivocally say I’d like to be a student in the new millennium, I can pronounce with certainty that I envy today’s educational landscape. In my day, I had to settle for orange plastic on pencil thin legs of tubular aluminum; today, pupils are lucky enough to inhabit the stylish and functional contours of Fina, Davis Furniture’s latest contribution to the milieu.
A silver award winner at NeoCon 2012, Fina is a smart, attractive, and ergonomic multi-purpose chair with a bevy of structural finish options. For yours truly, the crème de la crème of these offers a bent plywood core in your choice of oak or beech—“a thinner shell than ever before.”
Users may also mix and match with Davis’ five different solid-colored polypropylene plastic fronts and glossy plastic chair backs. Lastly, Fina’s luxury model features a fully upholstered padded shell.
Fina also comes with a svelte and stylish waterfall edge and base options in four-leg, sled, or cantilever.
Source : Davis Furniture Industries