Keilhauer, the highly regarded Canadian firm, has just introduced Cona, a beautiful chair designed for conference rooms but equally applicable in private offices.
“When I look at Cona, I’m reminded of a ’60s bucket chair,” says Mike Keilhauer, president of Keilhauer, “although with a more refined aesthetic.” With Cona, Keilhauer comfort is balanced with sleek upholstery detailing, to produce a graceful silhouette that is at once both classic and contemporary.
Cona’s well-proportioned backrest, knee-tilt mechanism, and seat-height adjustability, combine to create the perfect seat for upright desk work or reclined reflection.
“Our products tend to have a linear look, so I wanted to add a chair with softer lines to our offering,” says Keilhauer, “and I wanted the chair to be designed from the outset to have closed arms, to give the design an organic look and feel, unlike some executive chairs whose closed arms seem to be added on, almost as an afterthought.”
With a nod to the trend towards modern nostalgia in interiors, Cona’s scale, proportions, and form provide a well-resolved chair that will make any boardroom look great.
As with all Keilhauer products, Cona is made from materials that are recycled or sustainable; last for the longest possible time; and are recyclable. Recognized with Greenguard Indoor Air Quality certification, and level® 1 certification, Cona is backed by Keilhauer’s 10-year warranty.
Committed to original design, Keilhauer engineers and manufactures a complete range of office seating. Keilhauer made the revolutionary discovery of gender differences in seated postures and introduced solutions to ensure that both men and women are supported in a task chair, and can adopt postures that bring more oxygenated movement to their bodies. Designed with scrupulous attention to detail, Keilhauer products are built for long life with a conscientious focus on environmental design principles. For more info, visit keilhauer.com