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Factor our New Factor Family into your Next Project!

Factor Tables and Chairs unite clean lines, simple geometry, and go-anywhere versatility. This highly configurable family plays on the idea that different individual factors contribute to making a whole. In this case, designers can select and combine different Factor factors to meet their project-specific goals.


Multiple chair materials and styles, square tables with a choice of wood tops, and standard and custom powdercoat colors are among the options that make customization easy. In addition, the line’s refined good looks, stainless steel frames, and solid construction add up to beautifully durable designs that can be used across a property – from indoors to outdoors and anywhere in between.


Factor chair frames are tubular stainless steel with a powdercoat finish. Seats and backs offer a choice of configurations: powdercoated formed aluminum; or backs of powdercoated cast aluminum with seats of either FSC 100% Cumaru or FSC 100% Teak hardwood slats.


Armrests are optional; chairs with arms have a gracious, inclusive arm width, and the arm position allows chairs to be pushed in to the table all the way, minimizing the overall footprint and uncluttering surrounding floor space when chairs aren’t in use.


Factor chairs can be stacked, generally up to four high, depending on site conditions. And, chairs with and without arms can be stacked together, for simplified handling and a minimized storage footprint.


At 42” square, Factor tables are sized to invite relaxed, comfortable gathering. The table legs are appropriately spaced to accommodate wheelchairs. Table frames are stainless steel with a powdercoat finish. Tops are available with a choice of FSC 100% Cumaru or FSC 100% Teak hardwood slats. Umbrella holes are optional. 


Built to last and designed to weather public spaces with ease, Factor Tables and Chairs are ideal for a wide range of gathering and seating scenarios.


To learn more about how Factor can factor into your next project, visit the Factor Family page on our website.