The Ena chair has a resin seat and backrest fixed to a minimal metal tube frame and is available in six monochromatic colour options that aim to enhance the cohesiveness and aesthetic impact of the design.
The chair is designed with features that make it suitable for flexible collaboration spaces in offices. It is stackable up to three chairs high, light and easy to move and it is optionally available with casters to allow for dynamic movement during meetings.
It also has a gently curved seat and backrest to cradle the sitter's body, and can be customised with an integrated seat pad for enhanced comfort.
ITO Design strived to unite functionality, aesthetics and sustainability in the Ena chair by simplifying the structure and fixing the seat and frame together, which the designers say reduced the number of components needed.
These choices result in a decreased level of embodied carbon during the chair's life cycle, according to Okamura.
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