The Campus Up chair by Kokuyo is a versatile sitting option designed specifically for active learning environments.
9 March, 2015
As its name suggests, the Campus Up chair by Kokuyo is designed mainly for use in schools and campuses. The chair is ideal for seminars, lectures, discussions, training sessions and other active learning environments, thanks largely to its lightweight frame and versatile structure.
Kokuyo designed the Campus Up with the aim of providing comfortable support and maximum flexibility, whether it’s being used as a casual meeting room seat or a formal classroom chair. The Campus Up is also able to accommodate different sitting positions.
The chair, which is finished in metal and polypropylene, moves in accordance with its user’s motion, resulting in fluid movements that feel like a natural extension of the user’s body.
The Campus Up chair comes in vibrant colours with elegant curves, making it stand out from regular chairs found in schools and discussion rooms. The chair is also available in different configurations to match the environment and functional situation.
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