Join the Celebration with Olé from Encore
Guest seating comes to the forefront with the introduction of the Olé series from Encore. Its distinctive silhouette makes a bold statement in interior environments, adding an intriguing touch of visual interest and earning a warm reception wherever it goes.
Designed by Ximo Roca, an award-winning designer based in Valencia, Spain, the collection is at once modern and playful, offering both colorful polypropylene shell varieties and a more sophisticated wood version available in Beech or White Oak. The gently rounded seat and back cradles the user and provides an inviting and comfortable seating option in meeting spaces, lobbies, waiting rooms, multi-use spaces and beyond.
Olé’s signature feature is a set of twin circular cut-outs that flank its elegantly curved frame. Not only do they accentuate the fluidity of the chair’s shape and make for a unique focal point, but they also allow for stacking capability on 4-leg models, making Olé an exceptionally functional seating solution when space is at a premium.
In addition to the 4-leg base, a high-profile swivel base model is also available that allows for a greater degree of movement during meetings or casual conversation. Both bases are available in a variety of metal finishes, including Graphite, Metallic Silver, Chrome and Satin Black as well as more vibrant premium finish colors.
Further expanding Olé’s functionality is the option of an upholstered seat pad that provides an extra measure of comfort, while maintaining the chair’s convenient stacking capability. Create striking visuals with contrasting fabrics or take a more refined approach with tone-on-tone upholstery and material combinations. All varieties of COM are accepted to enable virtually endless possibilities.
“Olé is truly a celebration of design,” says David Logsdon, Encore’s Director of Sales. “With its subtle detailing, material selections and stacking capabilities to boot, this guest chair strikes the perfect balance between form and function, and is sure to be a focal point in any room.”