SOKOA at ORGATEC 2014: one fair, two booths, Hall 8 and Hall 6.


This  year, France will be in the spotlight:  SOKOA will display all its latest creations in a 330m²  stand in Hall 8.1 but will also be present in the French pavilion called GEM* in Hall 6 to promote the « Made in France » label. 


MENDI, the new modular soft seating program, whose production is scheduled by the beginning of 2015, will be the star of the French company.  With this infinitely versatile range, SOKOA enters the world of reception areas space makers. Designed by Jean-Louis Iratzoki, MENDI gives a fresh new look to soft seating concept with a modern and uncluttered design. The range offers a large number of combinations of modules and colors, with lots of accessories such as stand alone table, plant pots, electrification boxes, partition panels.  Presented at the Industrial Design Award TADI start of 2014, MENDI was awarded with one of the three prizes for the most original industrial design project.

The fair will also be an opportunity to discover the Karla bar stool and the bar high table, a 100% rotomoulded lounge furniture featuring elegant design, generous dimensions. Suitable for indoors and outdoors.



M4, the stunning and long-awaited executive mesh armchair signed by the renowned German Designer Martin Ballendat will occupy a central position on the booth.
A unique chair combining state of the art technology, unmatched design and a sensation of total wellness. 


SOKOA will also present its new 24/24 armchair especially designed for an intensive use. It gives the user an amazing feeling of security and comfort, essential for long shifts.


Wi-MAX, the best seller task chair combining ergonomics and modernity along with K01, the executive armchair with a really strong personality designed by Jean Louis Iratzoki will also be exhibited.

Visit the SOKOA team in Hall 8.1-Stand A50-B51 from the 21st to 25th of October and find a product selection in the French Pavilion located Hall 6.1-Stand C057.

* International Department of the French Furniture Industry