Chairs

1085 Edition Dining

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Craft skills, the passage of time and the beauty of a project without equal. The 1085 Edition chair by Bartoli Design for Kristalia is inspired by the almost centenary experience of Presot®, the only tannery in Italy that still works the skin with traditional methods.

It is no coincidence that he is linked to some of the most important names in Italian high fashion. However, it also draws on nautical know-how, as it adopts the tie-rod mechanism to maintain the tension that would naturally be lost over the years and with the softening of the skin. It also reflects the passing of time, preserving the work of those who made it and those who use it day after day.

This beautiful object has the charm of a unique piece of furniture. The 1085 edition is available in the chair or living room version, in natural or black leather.

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Catifa 46

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Designed by Lievore Altherr Molina in 2004 for Arper, Catifa 46 is the little sister of Catifa 53. Same sleek profile with a crisp, casual efficiency that is designed for contract use and spaces that require a slightly smaller scale. Extremely flexible, Catifa 46 further extends its range of colors, finishes, bases and accessories for customization to accommodate an almost limitless array of applications without altering its essential character.

Made for both residential and contract use, indoor and outdoor spaces, the Catifa 46 shell and base are fabricated in a diverse range of materials, colors and finishes.

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Keel Indoor

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Designed by M + V for Potocco the Keel chair and small armchair were born from the research between geometric rigor and organic sinuosity.

Keel, name recalling the nautical world, represents the attempt to find equilibrium between the linear structure in embossed metal rod and the sinuous and soft lines of the backing elements in solid ash wood, presenting a very particular processing.

Keel is available also in the outdoor version in solid Iroko wood.

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Kuskoa Dining

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Designed by Jean Louis Iratzoki, the Kuskoa collection is inspired by the first plastic chairs designed by Robin Day.

But in this case, all the chair is crafted out of wood, providing a warm appearance, comfort and resistance. The wooden curved shell, which can be front or fully upholstered, perches delicately on a frame of solid wood.

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Marimba Dining

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Solid beechwood and orange leatherette create a happy harmony between stability and agility in the Marimba Dining Chair by Emilio Nanni. Designed in 2018 for Billiani, the dining chair comes from a complete collection of seating options and comes in a variety of finishes to best suit your space.

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Speal Seating Collection

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A family of products that share an aesthetic and functional DNA. Every material is found to fit the best for each product, both for structures and surfaces. Designed by Nichetto studio the Sepal collection for Wendelbo that includes a lounge chair, sofa and dining chairs.

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Spisolini Dining

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Andreas Engesvik’s Bollo series has been one of Fogia’s most defining designs the ‘Spisolini’. Instantly recognizable, with its generous curves balanced on refined steel legs. For 2018 we wanted to see how the designer might reinterpret Bollo for a new audience, a new time. His response is a visually arresting dining chair, unmistakably Bollo but refined for its new setting. Engesvik spent time testing the perfect density of foam for a comfort level that’s perfect for those long, drawn out leisurely evening soirees enjoyed in southern France, Italy and Spain.

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Vincent V.G. Dining

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Designed by Werther Toffoloni the Vincent V.G. is a side chair and armchair in solid ash with seat available in hide, upholstered, or in cellulose cord.

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1085 Edition Dining

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Craft skills, the passage of time and the beauty of a project without equal. The 1085 Edition chair by Bartoli Design for Kristalia is inspired by the almost centenary experience of Presot®, the only tannery in Italy that still works the skin with traditional methods.

It is no coincidence that he is linked to some of the most important names in Italian high fashion. However, it also draws on nautical know-how, as it adopts the tie-rod mechanism to maintain the tension that would naturally be lost over the years and with the softening of the skin. It also reflects the passing of time, preserving the work of those who made it and those who use it day after day.

This beautiful object has the charm of a unique piece of furniture. The 1085 edition is available in the chair or living room version, in natural or black leather.

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Catifa 46

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Designed by Lievore Altherr Molina in 2004 for Arper, Catifa 46 is the little sister of Catifa 53. Same sleek profile with a crisp, casual efficiency that is designed for contract use and spaces that require a slightly smaller scale. Extremely flexible, Catifa 46 further extends its range of colors, finishes, bases and accessories for customization to accommodate an almost limitless array of applications without altering its essential character.

Made for both residential and contract use, indoor and outdoor spaces, the Catifa 46 shell and base are fabricated in a diverse range of materials, colors and finishes.

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Keel Indoor

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Designed by M + V for Potocco the Keel chair and small armchair were born from the research between geometric rigor and organic sinuosity.

Keel, name recalling the nautical world, represents the attempt to find equilibrium between the linear structure in embossed metal rod and the sinuous and soft lines of the backing elements in solid ash wood, presenting a very particular processing.

Keel is available also in the outdoor version in solid Iroko wood.

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Kuskoa Dining

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Designed by Jean Louis Iratzoki, the Kuskoa collection is inspired by the first plastic chairs designed by Robin Day.

But in this case, all the chair is crafted out of wood, providing a warm appearance, comfort and resistance. The wooden curved shell, which can be front or fully upholstered, perches delicately on a frame of solid wood.

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Marimba Dining

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Solid beechwood and orange leatherette create a happy harmony between stability and agility in the Marimba Dining Chair by Emilio Nanni. Designed in 2018 for Billiani, the dining chair comes from a complete collection of seating options and comes in a variety of finishes to best suit your space.

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Speal Seating Collection

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A family of products that share an aesthetic and functional DNA. Every material is found to fit the best for each product, both for structures and surfaces. Designed by Nichetto studio the Sepal collection for Wendelbo that includes a lounge chair, sofa and dining chairs.

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Spisolini Dining

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Andreas Engesvik’s Bollo series has been one of Fogia’s most defining designs the ‘Spisolini’. Instantly recognizable, with its generous curves balanced on refined steel legs. For 2018 we wanted to see how the designer might reinterpret Bollo for a new audience, a new time. His response is a visually arresting dining chair, unmistakably Bollo but refined for its new setting. Engesvik spent time testing the perfect density of foam for a comfort level that’s perfect for those long, drawn out leisurely evening soirees enjoyed in southern France, Italy and Spain.

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Vincent V.G. Dining

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Designed by Werther Toffoloni the Vincent V.G. is a side chair and armchair in solid ash with seat available in hide, upholstered, or in cellulose cord.

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1085 Edition Dining

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Craft skills, the passage of time and the beauty of a project without equal. The 1085 Edition chair by Bartoli Design for Kristalia is inspired by the almost centenary experience of Presot®, the only tannery in Italy that still works the skin with traditional methods.

It is no coincidence that he is linked to some of the most important names in Italian high fashion. However, it also draws on nautical know-how, as it adopts the tie-rod mechanism to maintain the tension that would naturally be lost over the years and with the softening of the skin. It also reflects the passing of time, preserving the work of those who made it and those who use it day after day.

This beautiful object has the charm of a unique piece of furniture. The 1085 edition is available in the chair or living room version, in natural or black leather.

Catifa 46

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Designed by Lievore Altherr Molina in 2004 for Arper, Catifa 46 is the little sister of Catifa 53. Same sleek profile with a crisp, casual efficiency that is designed for contract use and spaces that require a slightly smaller scale. Extremely flexible, Catifa 46 further extends its range of colors, finishes, bases and accessories for customization to accommodate an almost limitless array of applications without altering its essential character.

Made for both residential and contract use, indoor and outdoor spaces, the Catifa 46 shell and base are fabricated in a diverse range of materials, colors and finishes.

Keel Indoor

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Designed by M + V for Potocco the Keel chair and small armchair were born from the research between geometric rigor and organic sinuosity.

Keel, name recalling the nautical world, represents the attempt to find equilibrium between the linear structure in embossed metal rod and the sinuous and soft lines of the backing elements in solid ash wood, presenting a very particular processing.

Keel is available also in the outdoor version in solid Iroko wood.

Kuskoa Dining

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Designed by Jean Louis Iratzoki, the Kuskoa collection is inspired by the first plastic chairs designed by Robin Day.

But in this case, all the chair is crafted out of wood, providing a warm appearance, comfort and resistance. The wooden curved shell, which can be front or fully upholstered, perches delicately on a frame of solid wood.

Marimba Dining

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Solid beechwood and orange leatherette create a happy harmony between stability and agility in the Marimba Dining Chair by Emilio Nanni. Designed in 2018 for Billiani, the dining chair comes from a complete collection of seating options and comes in a variety of finishes to best suit your space.

Speal Seating Collection

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A family of products that share an aesthetic and functional DNA. Every material is found to fit the best for each product, both for structures and surfaces. Designed by Nichetto studio the Sepal collection for Wendelbo that includes a lounge chair, sofa and dining chairs.

Spisolini Dining

0 out of 5
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Andreas Engesvik’s Bollo series has been one of Fogia’s most defining designs the ‘Spisolini’. Instantly recognizable, with its generous curves balanced on refined steel legs. For 2018 we wanted to see how the designer might reinterpret Bollo for a new audience, a new time. His response is a visually arresting dining chair, unmistakably Bollo but refined for its new setting. Engesvik spent time testing the perfect density of foam for a comfort level that’s perfect for those long, drawn out leisurely evening soirees enjoyed in southern France, Italy and Spain.

Vincent V.G. Dining

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Designed by Werther Toffoloni the Vincent V.G. is a side chair and armchair in solid ash with seat available in hide, upholstered, or in cellulose cord.

1085 Edition Dining

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Craft skills, the passage of time and the beauty of a project without equal. The 1085 Edition chair by Bartoli Design for Kristalia is inspired by the almost centenary experience of Presot®, the only tannery in Italy that still works the skin with traditional methods.

It is no coincidence that he is linked to some of the most important names in Italian high fashion. However, it also draws on nautical know-how, as it adopts the tie-rod mechanism to maintain the tension that would naturally be lost over the years and with the softening of the skin. It also reflects the passing of time, preserving the work of those who made it and those who use it day after day.

This beautiful object has the charm of a unique piece of furniture. The 1085 edition is available in the chair or living room version, in natural or black leather.

Catifa 46

0 out of 5
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Designed by Lievore Altherr Molina in 2004 for Arper, Catifa 46 is the little sister of Catifa 53. Same sleek profile with a crisp, casual efficiency that is designed for contract use and spaces that require a slightly smaller scale. Extremely flexible, Catifa 46 further extends its range of colors, finishes, bases and accessories for customization to accommodate an almost limitless array of applications without altering its essential character.

Made for both residential and contract use, indoor and outdoor spaces, the Catifa 46 shell and base are fabricated in a diverse range of materials, colors and finishes.

Keel Indoor

0 out of 5
(0)

Designed by M + V for Potocco the Keel chair and small armchair were born from the research between geometric rigor and organic sinuosity.

Keel, name recalling the nautical world, represents the attempt to find equilibrium between the linear structure in embossed metal rod and the sinuous and soft lines of the backing elements in solid ash wood, presenting a very particular processing.

Keel is available also in the outdoor version in solid Iroko wood.

Kuskoa Dining

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Designed by Jean Louis Iratzoki, the Kuskoa collection is inspired by the first plastic chairs designed by Robin Day.

But in this case, all the chair is crafted out of wood, providing a warm appearance, comfort and resistance. The wooden curved shell, which can be front or fully upholstered, perches delicately on a frame of solid wood.

Marimba Dining

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Solid beechwood and orange leatherette create a happy harmony between stability and agility in the Marimba Dining Chair by Emilio Nanni. Designed in 2018 for Billiani, the dining chair comes from a complete collection of seating options and comes in a variety of finishes to best suit your space.

Speal Seating Collection

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A family of products that share an aesthetic and functional DNA. Every material is found to fit the best for each product, both for structures and surfaces. Designed by Nichetto studio the Sepal collection for Wendelbo that includes a lounge chair, sofa and dining chairs.

Spisolini Dining

0 out of 5
(0)

Andreas Engesvik’s Bollo series has been one of Fogia’s most defining designs the ‘Spisolini’. Instantly recognizable, with its generous curves balanced on refined steel legs. For 2018 we wanted to see how the designer might reinterpret Bollo for a new audience, a new time. His response is a visually arresting dining chair, unmistakably Bollo but refined for its new setting. Engesvik spent time testing the perfect density of foam for a comfort level that’s perfect for those long, drawn out leisurely evening soirees enjoyed in southern France, Italy and Spain.

Vincent V.G. Dining

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Designed by Werther Toffoloni the Vincent V.G. is a side chair and armchair in solid ash with seat available in hide, upholstered, or in cellulose cord.

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