MELA Lounge High
Distinctive in character and classic in style, the Mela Lounge High Chair is a mid-century inspired occasional or dining chair is suitable for both residential and contract use. Perfect for a grand dining room in a cluster or a pair placed at either end of a dining table. Placed in the bedroom, entry or simply the occasional extra chair necessary in a living area. The applications are endless.
After the design of the Mela chair, a collection of upholstered furniture was developed based on the same design language – the Mela lounge collection.
The collection consists of an armchair, lounge chair and sofa, which comes in different dimensions.
Artisan only uses solid wood from renewable resources in their production, only environmentally-friendly materials for treatment, natural oils and wax that emphasize the luxurious and organic beauty of wood texture and that enable it to “breathe” naturally. This emphasizes the natural colour diversity, while the use of harmful chemical substances for wood treatment is avoided by using vinyl-based glue.
Artisan insists that, at the end of the production process, the furniture that adorns your living environment is as natural as the wood from which it has originated.
The Mela collection is available in 6 different types of wood (oak, walnut, maple, elm, cherry and pear), with various natural finishes (oils and soaps) upholstered with a range of leathers or fabrics.
Remix 2 Collection
Revive 1 Collection
Steelcut Trio 3 Collection
Herald 3 Collection
Gruppo Mastrotto Zenith Collection
Stolz Select Collection
Stolz Vegetal Collection
European Walnut, Natural Oil
American Walnut, Natural Oil
European Oak, Natural Oil
Regular Company is a multidisciplinary design studio working within the fields of products, interiors, branding and digital design.
It was founded in 2015, building upon the award-winning work of its co-founders Ruder Novak-Mikulic, Marinko Murgic, Tihomir Filipec and their former partners and collaborators, who have been working together on various projects in the creative industries since 2009.