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Monobloc Stacking Chair
Polypropylene Frame, Upholstered Seat
W175/8” D191/2” H31″
Seat Height: 191/8

Queue is a modern take on the classic café chair, which merges a respect for craftsmanship with technological capabilities. This monobloc design is created from injection molding, resulting in a solid, resilient, single-piece frame. Though minimal in form, Queue is versatile in application,  from large cafes to smaller, elegant dining areas.

Made from polypropylene, Queue is available in several earth tone colors.

Queue features a foam cushion seat for additional comfort.

Queue is stackable up to four in a pinwheel formation.

Finishes

slate blue

sienna

blush

tobacco

white

Approved Textiles

Grade 1

Align 13 colors

Kavir 18 colors

Grade 2

Daybreak 19 colors

Diffuse 11 colors

Grid 12 colors

Loop 15 colors

Sketch 10 colors

Snap 8 colors

Solo 16 colors

Still 18 colors

Grade 3

Touch 16 colors

Urban 15 colors

Vista 7 colors

Grade 4

Pix 10 colors

Grade 5

Pearl 11 colors

Plush 8 colors

Random 9 colors

Smooth 18 colors

Soft 12 colors

Splice 7 colors

Grade 6

Chunky 10 colors

Cielo 9 colors

Palette 21 colors

Sereno 13 colors

Vivid 18 colors

Grade 7

High Noon 6 colors

Grade 8

Bella 12 colors

Focus 28 colors

Fresca 9 colors

Grade 9

Babayee 6 colors

Midnight 11 colors

Terrazzo 8 colors

Grade 10

Venture 13 colors

Grade 11

Cameo 9 colors

Forte 8 colors

Muse 6 colors

Patina 9 colors

Weave 13 colors

Elan 27 colors

Essential 12 colors

Rogue 16 colors

Allude 16 colors

Allude II 7 colors

Brisa 20 colors

Canvas 14 colors

Framework 16 colors

Image 16 colors

Spark 13 colors

As the son of a furniture dealer with a preference for Danish design, Claus Breinholt grew up surrounded by classics from the hands of Hans Wegner and Arne Jacobsen. He began his studies in graphics, but soon discovered his true passion was designing furniture, where he was awarded a scholarship for his innovative approach to the design process from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. After founding his own studio in Copenhagen, Breinholt continues to push the boundaries of materials in all aspects of his work.

About Claus Breinholt

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