Agora Chair by Missana
Designed by Pepe Albargues.
Agora Chair has a remarkable architectural wire backrest that brings a graphic and unique touch of elegance for any decorative areas. Vintage and modern lines have been exquisitely combined together to offer a contemporary and minimal design emphasising its backrest.
Available in house fabrics and leathers.
Iron structure and particles board.
Foam CMHR (high resilience and flame retardant) for all our cushion filling systems.
Now suitable also for sheltered outdoor spaces.
Painted or chromed iron structure.
540mmW x 640mmD x 790mmH. Seat Height – 460mmH
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Missana is passionate about the world of upholstery. Based for more than 20 years in Valencia, Spain, Missana have created furniture collections that express their design vision combined with traditional hand made design.
Missana’s collections are the result of a harmonious union between craftsmanship and an eye for detail, visible in the most classic part of their catalogue and now freshly trasnferred to new designs.
Two complementary styles combined and improved to make it possible to offer elegant and distinguished furniture, but at the same time contemporary. With special attention on ensuring durability and by using high quality materials presents unique furniture made to survive our time.
About the designer
Pepe is the soul of Missana, a perfectionist and moved by a passion in everything he does. His involvement in everything related with the manufacturing process, besides his observing character, have allowed him to adapt to changing times, and gradually incorporate young people into the company.
Professionals that he advises, guides and teaches, through learning, create finished products with Missana’s seal. For all this, Pepe is a devoted person, who with his particular way of looking at the world, still keeps being the focus of our workshop. He is the link which assures the correct execution of the processes, striving daily to make possible the impossible.