Cassina offers a new reinterpretation of the iconic model dated 1935: an anthropometric response to the increasing sizes of modern generations.Armchair with main frame, seat and backrest in poplar plywood and fir solid wood. Massive poplar wood armre..
Arabesque's sinuous lines display the same natural tension as a dancer's body. A fluid balance and a supple grace deriving from complex processes. Materials and construction details are calibrated for maximum ergonomic performance. The deliberately l..
Adhering to the aesthetic stringency that characterises the designs of Maarten Van Severen, the great comfort of the .06 lounge chair becomes apparent only upon use. The flexible shell, made of integral skin foam with integrated leaf springs in the b..
Seasoned beech support structure. Seat, backrest and armrests sprung by means of hand-tied double cone steel springs resting on jute belts. Seat padding is in rubberised horsehair; the backrest and armrests are in hand-shaped vegetable horsehair. The..
with tubular steel frame.Leather
upholstery zippered over the frame, available in five colors: black, brown,
taupe, China red and blue. The seat cushion is padded with CFC-free
polyurethane foam and feather. The headrest and backrest cus..
The seat of this chaise longue is composed of 12 curved wooden strips (teak or bamboo). The joining elements connecting the strips to the bars below are satin brass studs. The base is in solid wood (teak or bamboo).The mattress comes with waterdraini..
Origami in wood, emblematic of Frank Lloyd Wright’s design maturity and ever-surprising aesthetic code, this armchair was created in 1949 for Taliesin West, his home-studio in Scottsdale, Arizona, today the headquarters of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foun..
One of the versions of the iconic model dated 1918.The structure is in black-stained beechwood with white contrasting parts.Seat and back in green lacquered multiplywood.The armchair can have a single seat and backrest cushion in fabric or leather.Th..
The Red and Blue armchair is an iconic model designed by Gerrit T. Rietveld in 1918. It is made with a frame in black dyed beech with blue seat and red backrest in painted plywood. Lines and surfaces are arranged in a vertical-horizontal composition,..
Rietveld, Dutch architect with a strong bent for experimentation, and one of the founders, with Mondrian, of the neo-plastic de stijl movement in 1917, designed the Utrecht model in 1935. This model was created for the Metz&co department store in..