Lyndon Design launches ‘Maya’ chair by Mark Gabbertas

Lyndon Design, the leading manufacturer of upholstered handcrafted furniture for commercial interiors, has once again collaborated with award-winning furniture designer, Mark Gabbertas, to unveil Maya. A distinctive tub-style chair that exudes comfort and style whilst retaining a strong and clearly defined form, Maya is ideal for a wide variety of interiors, including both formal and informal spaces.

Lyndon Maya Chair

Offering the choice of two back heights, Maya is characterised by its compact and graphic form, with a clearly expressed junction of the seat and back elements and a gentle taper to its overall profile. The premise of the design is that it can provide a sense of privacy, but also encourage sociability and interaction, depending on how the user positions themselves in the chair.

This latest collaboration is undeniably a striking design and echoes Lyndon Design’s impeccable manufacturing expertise and ability to combine first class design with unparalleled craftsmanship.

Commenting on his latest collaboration with Lyndon Design, Mark Gabbertas said: “We always envisaged a chair with a strong, clearly defined form that deliberately contrasted the strictness of its exterior with the comfort and cosseting nature of the interior. A chair that you can use in different ways depending on where you are and what you want to do.’’

Lyndon Design’s Managing Director, Tim Armitt said: “Appealing to both corporate and hospitality arenas, Maya successfully harnesses the design vision of Mark Gabbertas with the renowned quality craftsmanship of Lyndon Design – a winning formula.”

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Alys' experience as a furniture designer, along with her in-depth marketing knowledge, makes her uniquely placed to work with the BCFA as the Editor of Design Insider and run her marketing business, Method Communications.
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