Comfortable chair with clean lines.

Product details

Jima is a comfortable upholstered family of chairs with moulded foam seat and high back. Particularly noteworthy is the single, flowing line running from the top of the back, via the arms to the bottom of the seat. Each model offers a wide range of personalization options. Thanks to its versatile design, Jima easily fits in many decors such as offices, public spaces and at home.

Jima chair collection
The Jima collection consist of a chair and a chair with a high backrest: Jima Highback.

Jima personalization options
Choice of four types of bases: four-legged steel, four-legged wood, swiveling star-base or height-adjustable five-legged base on castors.

Seat height
Standard 48 cm.

Extensive colour and fabric program, both in fabric and leather. Duo-tone upholstery as an option.

Finishes base
The steel bases are finished in powder coating. Chrome or polished aluminium as an option. The ash wooden base is finished in oil.

Family models
Jima's interplay of lines is the perfect match for the design language of the Kalm and Zuma chair families.

Design year 2019Design by Patrick Norguet

Textile or leather.
Duo-upholstery is an option. The back and armrests will be upholstered in one colour, and the seat in a different colour.

Finishes base
- 4-legged steel: choose from powder coat of chrome.
- 4-legged wood: the ash-wood legs are finished in oil.
- Swiveling star-base: choose from powder coat colour or polished aluminum.
- Height-adjustable swiveling 5-legged base with castors: Choose from powder coat or polished aluminum. If chosen for polished aluminium, the gas spring is always in chrome.

Click on the drop-down menu to select a colour.

Designed by Patrick Norguet

Norguet (1969, France) made his breakthrough as a designer at the end of the nineteen-nineties. With his sense of colour, formal restraint and elegant purity coupled with character and his continual search for comfort, it’s not surprising that he started designing for Artifort in 2002. In this year he designed the characteristic Apollo armchair followed by various successful pieces. Various museums around the world have included products designed by him in their collections. Norguet is also celebrated for designing high-end offices, the Okko hotels and the McDonalds restaurant on the Champs-Elysées in Paris. In 2014, GQ Magazine voted him ‘Designer of the Year 2014’.

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