HL3 Beam Seating- European designed multi-purpose seating system for workplaces, education, entertainment or convention venues and the contract sector.
Featuring innovative design to achieve extremely high standards of resilience and durability combined with lightness and comfort.
The linear extension of the backrest below the seat makes it more elastic than a traditional structure allowing the seat to adapt to the movements and posture changes of the user.
The unmistakeably modern chair with a purity of form is the perfect choice for beam seating. The wide range of materials, finishes and colours allows you to customise each system to meet your exact project requirements.
Width Two Seats: 1010mm
Width Three Seats: 1560mm
Width Four Seats: 2110mm
Seat Height: 450mm
Seat & backrest support in painted die-cast aluminium
Square-section, painted, extruded aluminium beam with special internal ribbing and external grooves, and fitted with two, three or four seats.
Seat & Backrest Options:
Laminated beech ply with polyurethane finish
Natural beech or wenge beech tone finish.
Thermoplastic resin – White matt, anti-slip surface on the seating side and black polished surface on the back.
White, grey & red backs also available on request.
Seat & back can be upholstered in a wide range of fabrics, leathers or vinyls
Warranty: 10 years
*All components made with 95% recyclable materials.
Tested according to European standards UNI EN 1728 and BIFMA
Lucci & Orlandini for Lamm Italy
Established in 1964, Lucci & Orlandini have designed over 500 products. Many of them have been manufactured and sold for 10, 15 & even 20 years. In chair design their score is a total product of more that 3,500,000.
Lucci & Orlandini say that ‘our designs sell and last’. The products designed are usually simple to manufacture and simple to use. The cost of materials and labour are both important design factors.
Their work is not limited to the creation of a new shape. They cover the whole span of the design process including prototyping & dealing with the suppliers. Their work ends only when manufacturing begins.