Camiro

A swivel chair developed for flexible workplaces with automatic weight adjustment.
Design: Martin Ballendat
The user-friendly Camiro swivel chair range was specially designed for flexible workplaces used by several different employees. For this reason, the functional Camiro swivel chair has a synchronous mechanism with automatic spring tension adjustment. The seat height, depth and tilt function can be adjusted quickly and intuitively, as the ergonomic operating controls integrated into the seat shell are easy to reach.

Product family

Camiro swivel chair, upholstered
Camiro swivel chair, mesh
Camiro swivel chair high, upholstered
Camiro swivel chair high, upholstered with headrest
Camiro swivel chair, mesh with foot ring
Camiro work&meet, mesh
Camiro work&meet, upholstered
Camiro work&meet high, upholstered
Camiro work&meet high, upholstered with headrest
Camiro work&meet, mesh with foot ring
Camiro cantilever chair, mesh
Camiro cantilever chair, upholstered

Design

Martin Ballendat

Martin Ballendat has enjoyed international success as a designer for decades. Born in Bochum, Germany, in 1958, he completed his studies in design at the Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen. With his studio, Design Ballendat, he works for numerous prestigious brands.
After three years of employment with office furniture manufacturer Sedus, he took over as head of design and product development at Wiesner Hager in Austria. He opened his own studio in Upper Austria in 1995, which was soon to be followed by a second one in Germany. Martin Ballendat has been awarded over 100 design prizes and awards. He has been working as a lecturer and guest professor at design schools for more than 15 years.

Options

1D armrests
3D T-shaped armrests, 4D T-shaped armrests
2D ring-shaped armrests
Lumbar support, adjustable in height (for mesh back)
Lumbar support, adjustable in height and depth (for upholstered back)
Black coat hanger (for mesh back)
Black coat hanger (for upholstered back)

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