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Explore Hatton Stacking Chair

Stackable elegance for multipurpose spaces, inside and outside. The elegant, streamlined silhouette of these chairs is created with a 100% recyclable, one-piece injection-moulded polypropylene/glass fibre blend. Its built-in UV protection makes it suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Strong, comfortable and light, it is stackable to 8 high on the floor, or 18 high on its transport dolly. Its subtle curved backrest features an integrated grab handle to make the chair easy to move around and quickly reconfigure a space.

Made in the UK  |  5 year warranty 

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Features & Highlights

  • Integrated grab handle
  • Stackable to 8 high on floor, 18 high on transport dolly
  • Built-in UV filter, suitable for indoor & outdoor use
  • Low maintenance, easy to clean

Construction & Specs

  • Single piece injection-moulded poly/fibreglass blend
  • Available in 10 colours
  • Certified to BS EN 16139, Level 1
  • Certified Indoor Advantage™ Gold - Furniture
  • 100% recyclable

Case Studies

Inverurie Community Campus Case Study

Inverurie Community Campus 

A selection of KI's seating range including Postura+, Ruckus and Doni is chosen for one of the largest school constructions in Scotland. 

ROC Nijmegen ROC Nijmegen

ROC Nijmegen 

Nestled between the railway and the bus lane, AGS Architects created Campusbaan 6 of ROC Nijmegen to provide educational facilities that support innovative pedagogical methods.

Museum of The Home Museum of The Home

Museum of The Home 

The Museum of the Home in Hackney, London, has recently undergone a spectacular transformation. Formerly known as the Geffrye Museum, the Grade-1 listed alms-houses, built in Hackney in 1714, have been renovated and extended by Architecture studio, Wright & Wright, in order to create additional space for exhibitions and the public.

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