Designed in 1939 by Mario Asnago and Claudio Vender, the Moka chair has been part of the Flexform collection since 1985, and now comes back in a totally relevant outdoor version. The striking modernity of the original design, dense with design references to the rationalist movement, is now interpreted in innovative materials chosen for their outstanding weather-resistant qualities. The slender, sophisticated structure of the Moka Outdoor chair is made of tubular austenitic stainless steel 316, also available with epoxy powder-coated white, khaki green, wine red or burnished finish. The backrest features an elegant X-design while the seat is made of woven polyester fiber or woven polyurethane rubber in a color palette that ranges from earth tones to bordeaux and olive green. The Moka Outdoor chair also comes in a version with structure in solid iroko with natural finish, or lacquered white or stained grey finish and rests on die-cast metal alloy tips and nylon pads.
Structure in solid iroko wood with natural finish or stained grey or lacquered white, or in stainless steel 316 with electropolished or epoxy-powder-coated finish in white 100, wine red 405, khaki green 705, or burnished. The seat is made of woven extruded polyurethane in anthracite 7005, blackberry bordeaux 7002, white 7007, cream 7001, brown 7004, green 7006; or with polypropylene cord in sand 8001, anthracite 8005, bordeaux 8002, green 8006, white 8007, brown 8004.
Tips of wood chair legs in die-cast zama with matte brushed or burnished finish. Rests on pads made of thermoplastic material
Tips of steel chair legs in thermoplastic material
Cover in water-repellent material