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SAME SPIRIT, NEW FEEL
We are the same people who started Akaba in 1986 with more passion than means.
The very same ones who, with a design-centric approach made it possible for our products to travel from the Basque coast to the far reaches of the globe.
In the 1990s, we refined our products, making them more comfortable and inviting. As a result, you find our products used in community and public buildings as well as in the largest corporations in the world. We remain true to the same spirit of great design, but with a contemporary feeling, embodied with personality and an eye towards satisfying specific needs for our customers.
This catalogue pays homage to our respect for the past, our interpretation of the present and how we imagine the future to be. We proudly present the our new collection: Same motion, new emotions.
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Furniture for schools and nursery
Sofas and armchairs
AIA , Isaac Pineiro.
Inspired by the Japanese sense of simplicity and harmony, AIA is designed to offer a connection between the human habitat and the natural world. Soft, clean, sensuous curves create a form that affords extraordinary refinement.
To enhance the already elegant design the chair comes in natural wood or a wide range of fabrics when the use of upholstery is merited. The painted steel frame in conjunction with wood or upholstery offers versatility in its application.
Gune, Iratzoki and Lizaso.
Elevating the interaction between user and product, Gune is designed to expand the function of a simple form of a table top by doubling the top to allow for a lean surface when using the table. This feature works nicely in collaborative working environments where a user can store documents, tablets or phones.
It also works nicely in hospitality or corporate casual areas where users can place valuables and small to medium sized items while they are socializing.
Kabi, Jorge Pensi Design Studio.
Evoking a sense of appreciation for its extraordinary combination of balance and form, Kabi is a deep collection of seating that uses a minimal number of components to get the maximum number of options.
Its polypropylene shell, available in a wide range of colors and upholstery options, is the foundation of the collection and defines its purpose, “More with Less”. The slightly flexible backrest allows each user to find a position that best suits their body.
Xoko, Iratzoki and Lizaso.
Collaborative working environments have been a topic of conversation for a few years now. Xoko is a unique seating program addressing this environment. The program was inspired by the idea that a corner, from an architectural point of view, can be an interesting and functional form.
Xoko builds its program around an upholstered stool, generous in dimensions, which because of its shape, allows the user several sitting positions as well as the ability to join them in different compositions.
Hanna, Francesc Rifé.
Exploiting clean, pure, simple lines, Hanna derives its character, not only from its visual appeal, but by the comfort and the depth of the offering. Francesc Rife created a system that employs five different legs options in diverse materials such as wood, aluminum and steel, all available in a wide range of finishes and two different back hight.
To complement these legs are a wide range of upholstery options that can take the chair from a casual piece to a formal piece.
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