Elegant and modern
with its shell-like form.
Alava radiates comfort with its monoblock body and timeless,shell-like form. It may be used in a variety of spheres, ranging from offices and waiting rooms to amenity spaces and educational environments. It’s versatile enough to introduce accordance and harmony into living spaces. Alava’s upholstery is unnoticeably thin and provides back support up to 8 degrees which delivers surprising amount of comfort during sitting.
Alava has been recognized at Green Good Design Awards which is an annual organization by Chicago Athenaeum Architecture and Design Museum in cooperation with The European Center for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies.
Alava’s backrest provides up to 8 degrees of support and may also be fixed in an upright position.
Being human is to care for future generations.
Alava complies with TSE (Turkish Standarts Institute) certifications.
Alava’s unibody cushioning and backrest is manufactured from materials that are a hundred percent recyclable. Rest of the components is modular and may be taken apart at will for easier portage. Aluminum material used in the build is also completely recyclable.
Alava chair frame, base cushioning and backrest is manufactured and assembled at Numas A.S which pertains to Environmental Management System (ISO 14001) and International Work Safety (OHSAS 18001) standards.
At Numaş A.Ş., the waste chemical materials like powder paint, wet paint, thinner, chemical material packaging, phosphate sludge, laser dust are sent to relevant companies for recycling or are disposed in a manner that will not harm the environment.
Alava’s packaging is made from 100% recyclable materials. To decrease energy use during transportation, Alava’s product packaging size has been kept minimal.
The manufacturing of the product and the quality standards of its materials allow the product to have a long life. The parts are replaceable and renewable. International bodies certify Alava’s high level of product security.
End of life
The materials used in the manufacturing of Alava may be re-used or recycled at the end of its product life.
Stefan Brodbeck studied product design and architecture in Kassel. He started his professional life by working with Eichinger oder Knechtl architectures in Vienna. Brodbeck, who specialized in various fields ranging from home and office furnitures to industrial products, and from exhibition planning to design; founded his own design studio called Brodbeck Design in 1994.
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