CINEAK to offer its Fortuny deluxe chair with oak wood veneer armrests.

The Fortuny deluxe chair is now available with oak wood veneer in 4 different finishes, giving the chair a new look.

As of 2008, the Fortuny deluxe chair is standard available with oak wood veneer armrests. Originally it was available with cherry wood veneer, finished in 4 colours. Now CINEAK adds 4 more finishes in oak wood veneer; natural oak, dark grey, wenge, and black. The Fortuny deluxe with oak veneer gives the chair a modern look, perfect for the European market, as the design of home theaters become more contemporary.


The wood used by CINEAK is selected from so called FSC forests. This guarantees that the wood used is of high quality, and that it comes from a sustainable managed forest. For every tree we use in our chairs, a new one will be planted and cared for.

Come and see our new wood veneer at the ISE show in Amsterdam 2008, booth K57.

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