Gala, who was the renowned muse of Paul Eluard and then Salvador Dali has now been the inspiration for this novel task chair design. The chair’s technically advanced details are all concealed behind Gala’s overtly feminine sensuality, and its form exudes a seductive charm from all views.

As the most particular characteristic of the chair, the back frame of Gala, changes its shape and sectional direction in accordance with the applications of different body-weights and relative forces. Just as the trees in coastal regions have a different oval-shaped form due to a continual exposure to gales, the section of the supporting back frame also has an alternating section throughout its overall structure. Extraneous detail has been sculpted away by design so that an organic shape results.

The knitted fabric on the back frame supports the whole of the user’s back but also elevates Gala’s feminine look and organic aesthetic. The patented fabric mesh has a very unique structure and high resilience, providing perfect support in the lumbar region by adapting to the unique shape of the spine of the user. The self-protective structure of the special fabric, which avoids the expansion of any holes and punctures, even under pressure, also gives it a unique functional quality.

The back frame design of Gala allows for the choice of either black or white fabric at the rear to coordinate with frame colour, although the inner fabric is black as standard. The choice of the inner fabric, determined by the requirement of the lumbar support and tensile strength qualities, is available in a limited selection of colours. The outer fabric has a more decorative style with a unique texture.