Evora is a simple and comfortable bar stool, designed for spaces within an office that we aim to make less formal. Interesting shapes and high functionality allow you to create an informal atmosphere and put the company's employees or clients at ease.
Jurek Buchacz is a graduate of the Faculty of Industrial Forms at the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow. He lives and works in Norway. He has received numerous awards and honours. He has designed, for example, the chair for the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer. In 2007 he was given the Good Design Award.
Seat and backrest
Model with a wooden seat and backrest – seat shell made of 6-layer contoured beech plywood, thickness 9.5 mm.
Model with a seat and backrest upholstered on both sides – seat shell made of 6-layer contoured beech plywood (thickness 9.5 mm), covered with foam (density 55 kg/m3, thickness 15 mm at the front and 9 mm at the back).
Wall Protection System – backrest is moved 60 mm away from the wall (protecting it from being scratched).
Frame made of steel tube:
Protective plastic cover fixed to the lower crossbar.
Plastic glides for soft and hard floors.
The optimal arrangement of a workplace should respond to the processes realised by the employees who work there. It is advisable to choose equipment that is universal while being fully functional. To facilitate effective everyday work, the best support is often provided by simple and proven solutions – such as the Easy Space furniture system.
In a contemporary office people change their work styles smoothly. The proper space arrangement, which gives employees a chance to choose the place where they want to perform their professional duties, can increase their efficiency by up to 60%.