A lounge chair of timeless
beauty that, as the designer explains, respects classic traditions, but with a
contemporary twist. Cassina’s signature structure: a metal frame set within a
polyurethane-injected foam shell, turns the padding into a majo..
Roomy and inviting, Cab Lounge is a restatement of the Cab chair
concept. Nothing short of a masterpiece of craftsmanship, the Cab Lounge
armchair is perfectly suited to both residential or contract use.
The leather upholstery fits the..
Charlotte Perriand designed Ombra in 1953, taking as her reference
her Ombra Tokyo, which was created round about the same time and featured curved
plywood. The interplay between the object and its shadow (“ombra” in Italian)
expresses Perriand’s ..
It is through this veritable
piece of design history that Cassina expresses its exceptional wood-working
mastery. Designed, but not realised, in 1940, by Charlotte Perriand during her
time in Tokyo, this chair uses bamboo to revisit the famous LC4..
The Doron Hotel armchair was designed in 1947 by
Charlotte Perriand, a real mountain lover, for the winter sports resort of
Méribel Les Allues and for Hôtel Doron, one of the first chalet-hotels, in the
same location. The French designer always ha..
This comfy armchair has the
same distinctive aesthetics as the Back-Wing chair designed in 2018. The
armchair’s frame, available in six colours, is composed of large solid wood
sections which highlight Cassina’s expertise in wood craftsmanship. Li..
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 F..
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 leathe..
A sculptural seat with a pure
and rationalist form, this chair became an authentic Manifesto for
Neoplasticism, embraced by the Dutch De Stijl movement in 1917. An outlook
shared by Piet Mondrian, whose objective was to seek out the essential natu..
T. Rietveld came up with the design for the Utrecht armchair in 1935 while
working for the Metz & Co. department store in Amsterdam, where his brief
was to make a chair for serial production. Taking market needs into account,
The artist Bertjan Pot has
designed a fabric in Jacquard variants specifi cally for the Utrecht armchair
to offer a contemporary reworking of this icon from 1935 designed by Gerrit T.
Rietveld. The architecture of the armchair is reflected in the ..
The AEO chair was the last
product from the Archizoom group, and was designed by Paolo Deganello in 1973
as an unconventional interpretation of a contemporary armchair. Using
experimental materials, the piece was originally available for self-asse..