Antia chair by Alpestudio Architetti Associati for Formabilio

January 30th, 2015 by retail design blog

The sturdiness of the steel bar meets graphic lines and essential design: Antia, a chair with a neat and rigorous figure. The structural rhythm of the rod define the back and seat, adding visual lightness to the overall aesthetics. The legs participates in the structure for a compact yet airy volume, joined to the ground with an unequivocal signature. The preciousness of finishes, water-based varnish in ice white and lagoon green, classic chrome plating or the exclusive copper plating with golden highlights. Each option describes the right contemporary situation wherever positioned. The exclusive version with cushion, able to challenge quietly the strict forms of this timeless chair.

Technical information: Steel varnished with water based varnishes. Natural Felt 90% wool, 100% Italian manufacture. Polyurethane foam filling. Available in 4 different colour combination: white, light blue, chrome, auburn.

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