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El Greco Contracts LTD

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With the Ginger armchair Roberto Lazzeroni designs a seat of refined simplicity. A saddle-leather and leather shell with clean, simple and comfortable forms. Welcoming and protective, the Ginger armchair is enriched with elegant stitching that runs right along the external edge. Designed as both the natural complement to the Fred desk and as a free-standing seat, the swivel version of Ginger is ideal for the study while the fixed version is perfect at the dining table. The shell of the Ginger armchair is made from moulded thermoplastic composite polymer. The shell is fixed to the base via a black painted steel support. The model with swivel mechanism enables the chair to rotate 360° and return to its starting position. Polyurethane foam padding. The exterior of Ginger is upholstered with a single layer of 4 mm-thick Cuoio Saddle or Saddle Extra leather. The upholstery on the inside is in Pelle Frau® leather, creating a pleasant tactile contrast. The 4-legged base is made from solid ash with a wenge or moka stain and triangular cross-section.

About Designer
Roberto Lazzeroni

Roberto Lazzeroni was born in Pisa. He studied art and architecture in Florence, taking an increasing personal interest in the phenomena of conceptual art and radical design during his years of training. He débuted professionally in the early 1980s with a series of important 'Interior Architecture' works that were immediately noticed and published by both Italian and international magazines.

Roberto Lazzeroni has enjoyed an extremely dynamic professional journey that today sees him involved in various projects, and able to boast prestigious collaborations, art direction and interior and contract design in various parts of the world. Awards include: Tecniques Discretes (Paris, 1991), Conran Foundation Museum, (London, 1992), Elegant Techniques, (Chicago, 1992), La Fabbrica Estetica, (Paris, 1993), Dall'Albergo alla Nave, (Genoa, 1993), Costruire il mobile, (Milan 1999).