Maui - Kartell
chair in polypropylene and chrome (1995)
Designed by Vico Magistretti in 1995, the stackable chair Maui is made of polypropylene monocoque (seat / back) fixed on a chromed steel frame.
The chair Maui is the protagonist of the Kartell design research of the nineties and is the first of a new era of monocoque seats in material that, in fact, has no ribs, ribs, metal supports or reinforcement structures to support the back.
It is produced by Kartell in different versions: with or without armrests, chair and small armchair on wheels, with or without pump, and chair equipped with a black folding table.
Available in eight colors, Maui is characterized by a straight edge, high thickness of the shell and elegant finish of the materials. It can be equipped with writing pad, armrests and swivel wheels. Thanks to lateral connection elements it can be combined with other seats of the same type.
Maui chairs form a family rich in many color and formal variations, able to meet specific needs, in public spaces such as offices, laboratories, waiting rooms, bars and restaurants, conference and meeting rooms, or in environments domestic like the dining room, the boys' bedroom and the study.
In 2012 Kartell gives it a new appeal, in style and in the accessibility of the price, proposing it also in the fabric version (Kvadrat or Trevira), with or without wheels and armrests, going to enlarge the family rich in chromatic and functional variations.
The elegant line and practicality of Magistretti's design make the Maui chair a versatile and current product today as it was yesterday.
Maui is stackable up to 8 pieces. Available versions: with or without armrests, chair and small armchair on wheels, with folding table.
body: mass-colored polypropylene
structure: chromed steel tube
anthracite, white zinc, navy, purple, light gray, milk yellow, light blue green, light blue gray, orange, fuchsia, green (see colors / materials).
L 55 cm
P 52 cm
H 77 cm
H seat 45 cm