Referencias

Producto:
selinunte wood 561
Familia:
Segesta I Taormina
Fabricante:
Alias >
Diseñador:
Alfredo Häberli >
ID de Architonic:
1100052
País:
Italia
Año de lanzamiento:
2010
Grupos fabricante :
Asientos-Sillas >
Grupos:
Asientos-Sillas >

Familia de producto

Concepto

Segesta small armchairs enclose without being cumbersome, with generous armrests created from the design of the backrest. With smooth, flowing curves, the erice and selinunte chairs are ergonomic and practical. The shell is made of technopolymer, the structure is made of steel. Its shape and functions are appropriate for prestigious indoor and outdoor environments. Developed from the concept of segesta, selinunte and erice, are the padded chairs taormina, tindari and enna. A salient trait of this collection is the padded shell made of technopolymer mated to flexible polyurethane foam, which gives softness and comfort to seats featuring fully removable covers. The shells wrap-around for taormina, refined and discreet for tindari and enna - are supported by different structures.

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