UC Berkeley Calvin Lab

Berkeley, CA

Calvin Lab (or "The Melvin Calvin Laboratory") dates back to 1963, and is named in honor of Melvin Calvin (1911–1997), a long-time Berkeley chemist and Nobel laureate who is noted for uncovering the mechanisms underlying photosynthesis. As part of a 2013 renovation to the building a 110 seat auditorium was built with Irwin Seating model Allegro.

The seating features wood aisle panels, backs and comfort curved armrests finished in No. 8 Natural. The Allegro chairs are upholstered with Momentum, Insight, Shale fabric and equipped foot shrouds and 151 sq. inch writing tablets.

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