SEAQUAL INITIATIVE Edition

Helping clean up the oceans

Our Simplex 3D and Marva swivel chairs are now available with an upholstered cover made of 100% recycled polyester, including plastic waste from the ocean that is collected and recycled by approved partners of the SEAQUAL INITIATIVE. The waste is used to make SEAQUAL® YARN, which contains around 10% upcycled marine plastic and 90% post-consumer PET from land-based sources.
In this way, we are helping to tackle one of the most pressing environmental issues of our time: the pollution of the oceans with plastic waste. 

Simplex 3D

  • Mechanism that moves through 360° for dynamic sitting in three dimensions 

  • Seat height adjustment

  • Seat and backrest covered with Ocean Waste Clean Impact Textiles ® Poseidon Narwhal 1298 or Orca 1300 

  • 5-prong base aluminium, polished

  • Standard castors

Marva

  • Synchron mechanism with automatic spring tension adjustment 

  • Additional fine spring tension adjustment and engageable seat tilt ­–4° 

  • Seat height and depth adjustment

  • Adjustable backrest height

  • Seat and backrest covered with Ocean Waste Clean Impact Textiles ® Poseidon Narwhal 1298 or Orca 1300 

  • 2D-T-shaped armrests, polyurethane

  • 5-prong base aluminium, polished

  • Standard castors

Help us to help clean our oceans, because the recycling economy and ecological action pay off. Our SEAQUAL INITIATIVE Edition is particularly keenly priced, and we donate EUR 5 to the SEAQUAL INITIATIVE for each chair sold.  

The SEAQUAL INITIATIVE is a global organization and works with fishermen, NGOs, communities, authorities, industry and brands to free our oceans and coasts of marine waste.

The SEAQUAL INITIATIVE states that, for every kilogram of yarn produced, an average of 0.6 to 1.0 kilograms of ocean waste are removed from the oceans.

Each year, more than 8 million tonnes of plastic end up in our oceans. By 2050, there will be more plastic in the sea than fish. Marine animals swallow or eat plastics. These plastics then get into humans through the food chain.