Chance Guest

Designed by Francisco Romero of PhiDesign

No need to gamble on comfort and style with the fun, fluid design of Chance – the multifunctional side chair at an unlikely price. Ideal for guest seating, its architectural sensibility also places it proudly in waiting, meeting and collaborative environments. And, with an exclusive arm design as well as an optional ganging device, Chance is more than luck of the draw; it’s a hands down winner.

No need to gamble on comfort and style with the fun, fluid design of Chance – the multifunctional side chair at an unlikely price. Ideal for guest seating, its architectural sensibility also places it proudly in waiting, meeting and collaborative environments. And, with an exclusive arm design as well as an optional ganging device, Chance is more than luck of the draw; it’s a hands down winner.

Features

Fully Upholstered and Maple Wood Back Models
Available with Arms or Armless
Round Tubular Steel Frame
Guest chair offered in three standard frame finish options: Charcoal Grey, Metallic Silver and Textured Satin Black
Bariatric model offered in Charcoal Grey, Metallic Silver and Satin Black
Premium Finishes Also Available
Silver and Black Arm Finishes
Available with Glides or Casters
Wall-Saver Leg Design
Stacks up to 5-High on Dolly or 4-High From the Floor
300 lb. Weight Capacity
Fully Upholstered Bariatric Model Accommodates up to 500 lbs.
Fully Upholstered Models are SCS Indoor Advantage Gold Certified
Accompanying Counter and Bar-Height Stools Also Available
Starting COM List Price = $413

Material Options

#10 Natural Maple

#11 Natural Beech on Maple

#21 Caramel Maple

#41 Autumn Maple

#31 Cinnamon Maple

#36 Bourbon Maple

#115 Cocoa Maple

#71 Kona Maple

#26 Ebony Maple

#96 Textured Satin Black

#90 Metallic Silver

#06 Charcoal Grey

#95 Satin Black

#94 Cotton

#83 Metallic Champagne

#07 Gold Shimmer

#09 Brown Sugar

#08 Penny

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Designed By

Francisco Romero of PhiDesign

After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in applied mathematics at the University of California, Los Angeles, Francisco Romero sought an apprenticeship in woodworking, with a desire to learn the trade through the eyes of skilled craftsmen.  While later pursuing a Master’s Degree in Architecture at UCLA, he interned under furniture designer Donald Chadwick, best known for his Design of the Decade Aeron Chair, for Herman Miller.

In 2003, he launched Phidesign, with the goal of focusing on state of the art computer and prototyping methodologies coupled with the fine art of furniture making.  Since then, he has gone on to carve out a niche in mid-market seating by bringing style and innovation to his designs in a socially and economically responsible way.