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Tutto chair collection

With adaptable and multifunctional seating solutions we can meet the evolving demands of good ergomics, stylish design and timelessness. Tutto is a diverse collection of chairs that grows and serves the wide variety of interior design needs.

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Stylish sitting with awarded design

The visually versatile Tutto chair collection can be combined with any furniture to create stylish spaces. Tutto is innovative in design maintaining the essential elements of comfort and usability. The Tutto chair and its designer Mikko Laakkonen received an Honorary Award in Suomi100 Design Competition operationalized by ISKU.

The variety of options makes Tutto a perfect choice for any space and purpose. It combines various materials as it's available with wood, technical veneer, laminate, as painted or as upholstered with a variety of fabrics.

The Tutto chair is available with four different backrest options: single backrest high and low, two-piece backrest high and low. Each of these backrests can be combined with Tutto’s leg options, which include: wooden leg, four-point leg, loop leg, two different 5-leg cross-bases – one of which is also available with pads, a four-cross-base with castors and a four-leg cross-base with pads.

The chair with metal frame are stackable. In the chair trolley, the stackability of Tutto with solid back is 20 pcs, and with two-part back 15 pcs. On the floor the stackability is 15 pcs. Loop-legged and tubular 4-legged chairs can be connected together in rows by a secure linking device. The versatility of the product family is also enhanced by the chair with heightened seat and bar stool.

Tutto Active answers to the growing trend of saddle chairs. What makes the design of Tutto Active special, is the beautifully shaped seat. Tutto Active helps the user to stay active while sitting.

”I wanted to design a chair that would provide a versatile option for our customers and architects to create spaces,"

says Mikko Laakkonen, the designer of Tutto.