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Individuality in series with fox

The history of the fox chair coincides with that of Brunner as a company as that's where it all began over 40 years ago. To this day, the base still has the same unmistakable shape and every detail is cleverly designed to perfection. "We can't reinvent the art of sitting, but we can change what we sit on," says Rolf Brunner, the creator of the original fox, with confidence. And the forms the chair comes in are just as varied as the range of possible uses. The fox chair is now available in 16 shapes, with a wide range of designs and colours to choose from. It looks just as stunning when used as a stackable row chair, a cantilever chair, a sled-base or swivel chair, a (bar) stool or a beam seating system. Take your pick from a wood or plastic finish. Go for a version with or without upholstery.

Individuality in series is a worldwide phenomenon, with an estimated 2.5 million fox products out there already. Not to mention that they are becoming more and more popular all the time. "We see our products almost every week, on one television news programme or another," says Brunner with pride. "In Parliament, at conferences, in Federal State Parliaments. Everyone's sitting on Brunner chairs." Even a church in Christchurch, New Zealand has fox seating – with a frame in a custom black chrome design. This series chair has been making things possible for decades now, during which time it has been continually optimised. It can be adapted to suit customers' specific needs, maintaining a unique look every time.