Perry HD Stacking Chair
Features & Highlights
First launched in 1991, the Perry chair remains unrivalled for comfort in HD seating. Its stylish, elegant design with a unique articulated back movement for longer, more comfortable seating periods makes it a versatile solution. The addition of optional, removable tablet arms gives even greater functionality for learning and training environments.
- Solid steel rod frames in chrome
- Polypropylene seat shell available in 2 colours
- Seat & backrest can be upholstered
- Right/left hand removable tablet arm in 2 sizes & finishes
- Unupholstered chairs are stackable to 8 (floor) or 25 (dolly)
- BIFMA tested: ANSI/BIFMA x5.1
Designed by Charles Perry | 15 year warranty
All About Perry
Renowned sculptor and designer Charles Perry developed the Perry chair and its principle of articulation. The seat is suspended from the lower back, so the occupant’s weight perfectly counterbalances the tilting pressure on the backrest. This unique, maintenance-free articulating backrest allows for movement and provides support in any position. The result: comfort you never expected from a high-density stacking chair.
Polypropylene seat & backrest
- Light Tone
Tablet Arm (standard or oversized)
- Frosty White
- Black Laminate
Band 1 - Camira Fabrics
Band 2 - Camira Fabrics
- Halcyon - Aspen
- Halcyon - Blossom
- Halcyon - Cedar
- Landscape Synergy
- Mainline Flax
- Mainline Flax Stripe
- Mainline Plus
- Xtreme CS
Band 2 - Chieftain Fabrics Vinyl
- Just Colour
Band 3 - Camira Fabrics
- Camira 24/7 Flax
About Camira Fabrics & Chieftain Fabrics
Industry-leading fabric manufacturers, independently tested fabrics. Warranties as per manufacturers' specifications. For individual fabric certification & to order samples, visit:
Camira Fabrics: www.camirafabrics.com
Chieftain Fabrics: www.chieftainfabrics.com
Perry chairs were selected for the lecture theatre as they are easily moved around, enabling the room to be re-arranged for different purposes.
Kaplan needed to maintain their corporate image in the London college by supplying furniture from the KI Kaplan Standards programme developed in the USA.
Already in use across the university, Perry chairs were selected for the new Lister Learning & Teaching Centre.
The multi-purpose room has a seated capacity of 280 and is frequently used for training, vehicle reviews and presentations.