Lynx, Casala’s hall chair with patented innovative linking system, is expanded with two new shell models. These new models are available from December 2009. The success of the first Lynx model lead to an expansion of the programme. Lynx is now available with three different shells, instead of one.
One system, three models
Prominent, elegant or slightly arched, these are the Lynx shell options. Emanating from these models are varieties with and without armrests, full upholstery, padded upholstery, synthetic or made of wood. Multiply this by the colour range of materials and fabrics, and a personalised chair appears, always in place.
All Lynx chairs are equipped with the patented linking system, the links are incorporated in the chairs. By only lifting the chair slightly, moving it somewhat to the left and placing it in the frame of another chair, the chairs are solidly linked. No additional handling or tools needed. Chairs and armchairs are also linkable with each other.
Genius in halls
Lynx meets the new EU standards, DIN EN 14703, for hall chairs. The chair is honoured for not only the stability of the linking system, but also for the time it saves. In less then an hour, one person is able to decorate a hall with 800 linked chairs.
Lynx, designed by Kommer Kors and Esquisse, was introduced two years ago. The chair was awarded the internationally acclaimed Red Dot Design Award in 2008. Shortly following the introduction Lynx developed into one of Casala’s best selling chairs. Many international projects are furnished with the Lynx chair, such as: Volkswagen, Shell, Corus, Messe Berlin and several courtrooms in Holland.
Onyx, the modern one
The Onyx programme is based on the shells of the Lynx chair. The expansion of shells applies also for the Onyx. Onyx is a modern chair for canteens and bars.