Plimode is like a custom-tailored suit made by a master craftsperson—attention goes into every stitch, every detail, every fit, and every finish. Not only does it fit as comfortably as bespoke tailored suiting, the cloth on the back rest and seat have been painstakingly applied to ensure there are no gaps, divides, or creases. It is a work of engineered office comfort 70 years in the making with every bit of the craftsmanship and design the house of Okamura has to offer.
Every bit of technology at our disposal has gone into the design and comfort of Plimode. Our advanced resin molding techniques have produced arm rests with a modern, streamlined curve. The reclining mechanism has been simplified into a clean, modern, minimalist design. Under the seat, you'll find a compact control cluster. Technology and ingenuity woven together in unprecedented quality.
- Inner Mesh Construction
This construction offers the superior comfort and breathability you wouldn't normally expect from a conference chair. The inner mesh structure makes the back rest almost impossibly slim.
- Smart Slide Operation
We consolidated the controls into a simple cluster under the seat; everything is accessible from a natural seated position. Reclining tension is controlled by a simple sliding lever.
- Multi-Density Seat Cushion
The seat distributes body weight evenly to reduce pressure points and improves blood circulation for healthy sitting and superior comfort.
- Styling Options
- Middle back
- Five-star leg base
- Frame: Plastic
- Body color: Black / White
- Armrests: Fixed
- Recycled materials are used in aluminum and steel and resin parts. These materials make up about 36% by product weight.
With easy disassembly and recycling always in mind, plimode is designed so materials can be thoroughly separated into the same groups.
plimode’s resin back frame, a design based on a simulated analysis of finite elements, bespeaks the outstanding efforts behind Okamura’s eco-conscious designs. Okamura’s product developers optimize the use of resources by minimizing the amounts of materials used without sacrificing the outstanding quality, strength, and safety of the products.