Finding the perfect chair for conference and meeting

A perfect meeting or conference chair requires a solid piece of work to find. Different locations and use requires different needs for comfort, looks and functionality. 

Meeting chairs can be classic, timeless and trend based. They are often available with or without upholstery, armrests and a base in different materials.

Below you will find our range of chairs – suitable for both meetings and residential use:

Choosing the right chair

Finding the right chair is difficult. There are so many possibilities. Variations. Colors. And fabrics.

A meeting chair can be used in various situations, which it’s important to consider the need for functionality, comfort, looks and durability.

Evaluate your needs for different areas:

  • Meeting rooms
  • As an extra office chair for guests
  • Conferences
  • Hallways
  • Waiting rooms
  • Dining rooms
  • Residential


K2 Chair - For multi-use

At JENSENplus we have developed our own meeting chair, K2 Chair, together with architect Mikkel Bahr from Friis & Moltke. A re-design of the popular meeting chair, model 6000, drawn by Friis & Moltke architects in the 60’s and known for its proportionality and perfectum participium. In 2012 the K2 meeting chair got a new look but still kept its simple lines.

The base of K2 chair consists of only one piece of 12 mm steel rod. This gives the meeting chair a very geometric look with round and soft edges. Pick the seat in the materials you like and choose between black stained ash or oak and with or without upholstery in different colours.

The O-Chair - A tribute

Finding a meeting chair with great stability and long lifetime can be difficult. So many possibilities. Most important is to letting people interact with each other. 

When looking for a chair for meetings and conference rooms be aware of versatility – a design that fits all types of bodies but also flexibility like great comfort, easy to manage and move around. The O-Chair can very well be used in conference rooms as well as more casual meetings.