INFINITI-catalogue-2022 -

Almost Icons Catalogue 2022

infiniti is a “teenager” brand, born in 2008, which offers furnishing designed to work, relax and socialize. Creativity, technological innovation, design-thinking: these are the key concepts for understanding the philosophy of infiniti, which proposes furnishing accessories – chairs, stools, tables, sofas – created for the needs of contemporary life. From the first steps, infiniti believed that design should be a value to be shared in good company, a concept extended to the urban, public and professional community with a recognizable, practical and elegant touch. infiniti always believed that communicating is also an important part of every brand, and every picture taken from infiniti around the world wanted to communicate: irony - needed more and more in nowadays world, culture - root of every man in the earth, internationalization – since we are all part of the human melting pot, mental openness - fundamental pillar for understanding each other, multiethnicity – because a bunch of flower is always better when mixed, and finally an understandable strong connection to the Italian design heritage.

Landing 270 Versable 274 Next Table 278 Record Living 282 Record Meeting 286 Record Contract 290 Rami 294 Diapason 298 Ruelle Table 302 Feluca Table 306 Flink Table 310 BrogliatoTraverso Claus Breinholt Favaretto&Partners Thomas Pedersen Andreas Ostwald mC.dsg Quaglio Simonelli Marc Sadler Marcello Ziliani Oleg Pugachev Fabrizio Batoni Philippe Tabet Klaus Nolting Robin Rizzini Dorigo Design Kai Stania Radice Orlandini Tables Designers Seating Solutions Freya 32 Round&Round 38 Canova 44 Feluca 52 Ruelle 58 Tondina POP 64 Sicla 74 Relief 80 Pure Loop Mono 84 Pure Loop Binuance 90 Pure Loop Maxi 96 Pure Loop Lounge 100 Loop Mono 106 Loop 3D Wood 112 Cookie 118 Next 124 Eastwood 130 Settesusette 136 Porta Venezia 142 Ekki 148 Harmo 154 Woodstock 160 Seame 164 Bi 170 Úti 176 Fiorellina 180 Drop 186 Kram 192 BomBom 198 Peb 204 Demoiselle 208 Callita 214 PinUp 220 Klejn 226 Flink 232 Flink Wood 238 Pure Loop Mini 242 Picapau 248 Bobo 254 Record Bench 260 Sys 264


DESIGNERS BrogliatoTraverso Both graduated at I.U.A.V. of Venice, after several experiences ranging from the art of glass in Murano to the traditional ceramics in Japan, they founded BrogliatoTraverso design studio in 2012. The research of a “quiet elegance” is the link through their products, allowing to apply innovative characters in a natural way without aesthetic forcing. This vision and the constant passion for research and innovation have allowed BrogliatoTraverso to win some of the most prestigious international awards, such as Red Dot Design Award, Good Design Award, iF Design Award and Young&Design. Settesusette 2016 Harmo 2017 Peb 2018 Landing 2018 Feluca 2019 8

Infiniti Designers DESIGNERS Claus Breinholt Claus Breinholt was born in a small town in rural western Denmark. As the son of a furniture dealer with a preference for Danish design, he grew up surrounded by classic pieces by Hans J. Wegner, Arne Jacobsen and Ole Wanscher. During his studies in Graphic Design, Breinholt soon found that his passion laid in designing furniture. Already during his second semester studying furniture design at the School of Design at the Royal Danish Academy in Copenhagen he won a scholarship for his innovative approach to the design process. In 2003 he opened his studio based in Copenaghen, where he operates in the fields of industrial design and furnishing design for the contract and home sectors. He has won numerous national and international awards including FORBO Design Competition and the Danish Woodworking and Furniture Industries Competition. His products were exhibited from 2000 to 2006 at the Scandinavian Furniture Fair in Copenhagen, in 2001 at the Satellite Show in Milan, in 2001 and 2003 at the International Furniture Fair in Stockholm and at Interzum in Cologne, in conjunction with Reholz GmBH. Loop 3D Wood 2008 Pure Loop Mini 2014 Pure Loop Binuance 2014 Pure Loop Mono 2017 Canova 2018 Sicla 2019 Loop Mono 2020 Freya 2020 9

DESIGNERS Favaretto&Partners Curiosity, tenacity and passion for research have characterized our work for more than 40 years at our Design Studio of industrial design and interior architecture founded in 1973 in Padua by Paolo Favaretto. Back in the 1980s, the Studio was one of the first in Italy to engage in business relationships abroad, collaborating with prestigious companies in North America, Europe and Asia. In 2009, with the entry of the young Francesco Favaretto, the activities of the Studio have extended even further and now cover various areas of design, from industrial design to communication, and from tangible to digital matter. The product design sector ranges from telephones to furniture (seating, lighting, upholstered furniture), from medical to home decor. Our Studio is particularly specialized in the design, prototyping and industrialization office furniture, technical seating (executive armchairs, operational chairs) as well as community seating. Favaretto&Partners supports and practices the principles of Design for All, a declaration accepted by the European Commission and promoted by the IIDD (Italian Institute Design Disability, today known as DFA Italy), which is in favor of good design practices that aim to ensure the accessibility of places and objects to the widest range of users. Tondina 2015 BomBom 2019 Relief 2019 Diapason 2019 10

Infiniti Designers Thomas Pedersen’s design displays typically Danish characteristics, with a clear emphasis on simplicity. He combines classic organic lines with innovative ideas and details. Much of his fascination for furniture design comes from the fact that it is possible to build full-scale models of the concepts he has in his head. He is firmly convinced that it is only by doing this that it is possible to test the qualities of his products with his own body, to assess their durability and thus make certain that the results live up to expectations. Thomas’s role models include Charles and Ray Eames, whose furniture design work was always focused on ergonomics and comfort, accommodating the human body. Over the years Thomas Pedersen has won a number of awards for his designs. He is best known for his StingRay chair, which he designed as his graduation project in Aarhus. Klejn 2018 Flink 2018 Kram 2018 Flink Table 2019 DESIGNERS Thomas Pedersen 11

DESIGNERS Andreas Ostwald Andreas Ostwald was born in Germany in 1964. After an apprenticeship as a ceramic modeller and having studied Industrial Design in Kiel, in 1996 he started up his own business, giving life to Ostwalddesign studio. From 1996 to 2006 he taught design at the “Muthesius Hochschule” of Kiel, and since 2005 he is professor at the HFK University of Bremen. In his of product and interior design research, Ostwald is always looking for complete uniqueness, leading to the creation of exclusive products and spaces. Core of his philosophy is the ambition for aesthetic perfection, attainable only through absolute proportions. To Ostwald, an appealing design must be in harmonious relationship not only with its details, but also with the environment: to design products being respectful of man and the environment means researching innovative interaction with the new technological and physical possibilities. Callita 2012 Next 2013 Next Table 2016 Eastwod 2019 12

DESIGNERS mC.dsg mC.dsg is an Italian design studio founded by Matteo Coracin in 2017.The studio takes inspiration mainly from the simple lines, the nature and the emotions that only the cured objects give. Concepts that arise from the “emptiness idea”: products designed first of all to create emotions in their essentiality. “All you need is less” is the philosophy of our design. Objects designed with passion that take their cue from tradition, but are faced with a modern approach, even thinking about the smallest details. Úti 2018 Record Living 2018 Record Bench 2018 Record Contract 2018 Ekki 2019 Record Meeting 2019 Sys 2020

DESIGNERS Quaglio Simonelli Quaglio Simonelli is the creation of two dynamic talents Andrea Quaglio and Manuela Simonelli , both graduates of the Università del Progetto, in Reggio Emilia. Their studio is based in Paris. After their debut and and their two years collaboration with Philippe Starck, they founded their own design studio dedicated to provide design services to several sectors of the marketplace, beliving that diversity is a source of creative richness. They design technology products, create furniture and decorative objects, conceive the visual identity and product design for beauty brands, alternating industrial logic and artisanal approach. The result of the meeting between two complementary sensibilities has been nourished by their history, by their creative gaze they direct on the world that surrounds them and by the mutation they love to induce on it. In this way, they design objects that look familiar, yet contaminated with unexpected and poetic elements. They have received several international awards for their designs: Red Dot Product Design Award IF Product Design Award CES Innovation Award HKDA Award, Kapok Prize Étoile de l’Observeur Janus de l’Industrie Several products they designed are now part of the collection of the National Foundation for Contemporary Art at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Demoiselle 2017 14

Infiniti Designers DESIGNERS Marc Sadler Marc Sadler is a designer and citizen of the world. Born in Austria, he has lived and worked in France, the United States, Asia and Italy. He currently lives in Milan, working as a consultant for companies in the fields of home furnishings, household appliances, lighting and sports. Constant experimentation with plastics, inspired by a passion for challenges and a strong curiosity, has always been at the centre of his research. At the beginning of the seventies, he perfect the first ski-boot in thermo plastic material completely recyclable, subsequently commercialised by the Italian firm Caber (later known as Lotto). Working in this sector, provided the experience to enable him to bring innovation to more traditional areas where is set a concept of design as pure aesthetic shape. Awarded 4 times with the Compasso d’Oro ADI (Industrial Design association) for the lamps Drop (Flos, 1994), Tite and Mite (Foscarini, 2001), the bookshelf Big(Caimi Brevetti, 2008) and the gelato display case Bellevue with Panorama technology (IFI, 2014), his work has won many international design awards over the years. Despite his reputation as a technical designer, Marc Sadler has a strong feeling for painting and drawing, finding it so emotionally absorbing as to consider it his real passion. Bi 2014 15

DESIGNERS Marcello Ziliani Marcello Ziliani was born in Brescia in 1963 under the sign of Pisces. In 1988 he graduated in architecture at Politecnico di Milano with Achille Castiglioni as a speaker. After three years abroad, he returned to Italy and devoted himself mainly to developing projects for the design of furniture, complement, lighting, bathroom, office, objects and early childhood, working in addition to exhibitions, theatrical choreography, art direction, design coordination, graphics and communication. He doesn’t like the absolutism and the indestructible certainties, he loves to look at things with always different eyes to be in tune with them, he prefers to speak softly and, above all, listen. He believes that any project is, after all, a desire, a hope of flight. He believes that, despite the great run you can do waving your arms uselessly, sooner or later you can have your ten meters of gliding. Like all the designers, more or less, he put aside the minimum necessary equipment of prizes and awards, he has given lectures, workshops, he served on juries and so on. Since 2011 he’s a professor of product design at the University of San Marino / IUAV. Pin-Up 2010 Cookie 2013 16

Infiniti Designers DESIGNERS Oleg Pugachev Born in Russia, Oleg Pugachev has called Berlin his home for more than half of his life. Here he graduated from the Weissensee School of Art and Design in 2013. While working for internationally active design and architecture offices, he has been pursuing his own projects with a focus on furniture ever since. Balancing of means and ends in terms of functionality, technology and aesthetics, a quest for (never banal) simplicity and coherence reflecting the complexity of the design process, following (and questioning) one’s intuition, a passion for the history of design, art and architecture are the guiding principles of his approach. Round&Round 2020 17

DESIGNERS Fabrizio Batoni Fabrizio Batoni: sensitive, curious, careful, always ready to undertake new challenges. Its personal and professional life mirrors its way to be. “Always on”, that is his motto, to be always turned on, always tuned in for succeeding in understanding and to identifing ideas and needs of who is around. It graduates in architecture in the Florence University, and after various experiences in the world of design and architecture, in 1997 he opens his study in Colle di Val d’Elsa, city of the crystal and native country of Arnolfo Di Cambio, among the splendid Chianti hills. He begins the first important collaborations in the world of design and the first jobs of architecture. Today, after having acquired experience and methodology during the years, different competences, that space from the design of the product, to the interior up to the architecture, find space in his projects. The hauling motor of its activity is the desire to compare and continually risk, always holding an eye aimed to the demands of the man and the environment that surrounds him. He has designed for Blumarine, Flou, Brandoni, Domitalia, Infiniti by Omp group and Zazzeri. Fiorellina 2013 Bobo 2013 18

Infiniti Designers DESIGNERS Philippe Tabet Philippe Tabet is a product designer from Versailles (France), based in Milan (Italy). He created in 2013 his own studio, his multidisciplinary practice offers a wide range of services , ranging from furniture to electronic design. In 2014 Tabet took part to Infiniti De-Contest and won with its project “Ruelle”, that today is one of the main products of our Chairs Collection. “Design for me is an ensemble of elements. When I was a kid, I used to draw characters, objects, shapes, a bit like I do today. The difference, however, is that when I draw an object today, I think immediately to its material, to its production process or to its function. For example two simple wood layers glued together give birth to an object in volume: this is also the starting point of the Ruelle chair.” My challenge in this case has been to make the union of these two materials as much harmonious as possible, as the union between technique and drawing. Ruelle 2018 Ruelle Table 2020 19

DESIGNERS Klaus Nolting Born in Switzerland in 1964, Klaus Nolting studied industrial design at Kiel University in Germany. Having obtained his degree in 1992, he began working for various architecture and design firms until, in 2006, he founded ON3D, a firm that specialises in planning and designing products for modern living, developing new concepts and design products with clean, soft lines. Since 2009 he has lectured on Theory of Design, Product Technology and Concept at Germany’s Mainz University. Since 2010 he has also been a member of the Architectural Association of Hamburg. Numerous awards have been presented for the work done by Klaus Nolting, from “Light of the future ” in 2001, to the Hamburger Designpreis, as well as the iF product design award, which he won in both 2011 and 2014. Seame 2014 20

Infiniti Designers DESIGNERS Robin Rizzini Designer Italo-Britannico, nasce a Genova nel 1973. Dopo una lunga esperienza nello studio di Antonio Citterio a Milano, apre il suo primo studio di progettazione nel 2006. Qualche anno dopo cofonda ed è Design Partner dello studio Metrica a Milano. Dal 2019 torna ad essere Designer indipendente. Ha lavorato con diverse aziende dell’arredamento in Italia e all’estero lavorando su progetti destinati al mercato residenziale, contract e ufficio. Condensa il linguaggio tecnico-industriale e quello decorativo con equilibrio, con l’obbiettivo di progettare oggetti e arredi essenziali, funzionali ed espressivi. Svolge da diversi anni attività di insegnamento presso la Scuola Politecnica di Design. Nel 2014 è stato premiato con il premio Compasso d’Oro. Versable 2020 21

DESIGNERS Dorigo Design Fiorenzo Dorigo was born in the province of Treviso in 1953. Since 1975, while attending art studies, he has collaborated with companies in the furniture sector, taking care of their design and image. Since 1977 he has been attending the Signomega studio and joins Bruno Maria Fracarossi in the “total design” experience of the “Seabuggy” projects (selected for the Compasso d’Oro in 1979) and “Quartz” (kitchen covered in tempered glass: 1982). Enrolled in ADI, IDD (Italian Institute for Design and Disability) and freelance since 1987, he gained significant experience in the field of ecological, playful, pedagogical design; of teaching and systems and types in the furnishing contest for the home, appliances, office, community, cinema and theater, in Europe, the United States, the Far East. In 2002 and 2003 he held seminars on applied design at the University of Padua at the Institute for the Wood Industry. He currently designs for companies in the home, office and community design sector. He works in Italy in his own studio in Conegliano Veneto. Porta Venezia 2012 22

Infiniti Designers DESIGNERS Kai Stania In the perfect symbiosis between aesthetic and functionality lies the strength of the Viennese Designer Kai Stania. The proof how perfect he understands his craft is a row of national and international design awards he receives already in young years like the nomination of the German Design Award, the IF Design Award, the Red Dot Award or the selection of the 10 best Austrian furniture pieces. His furniture for example was used to furnish the MI6 office of “M” in the latest James Bond. His spectrum ranges from a pen for HUGO BOSS till Architecture all scales of design. Kai Stania was born 1965 in Salzburg and starts his Architecture studies 1987 on the Technical University of Vienna. Parallel to his architecture studies he starts 1990 at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna his studies of industrial design. Already 1993 he moves to London to take project leadership in Ron Arad Studio. 1996 he finishes his architecture studies with distinction and becomes Assistant Professor at the Technical University of Vienna. After one year working as an Architect he founds his office „kai stania I product design“ and works for design brands like Team7, Bene, Rolf Benz, Durlet and fashion accessories for brands like Hugo Boss, Cerruti, Ungaro, Nina Ricci and Cacharel. The designer lives together with his family in his awarded house in Vienna, were he combines living and working. Woodstock 2017 23

One is Milanese, born in ’79, the other is Tuscan, born in ’72. Both graduated from the Politecnico di Milano, the first in industrial design, the second in architecture; they met in LUCCIORLANDINI studio after various work experiences and in 2008 they began to work on different projects. Andrea is curious, he loves sport and culture, he is always looking for new and interesting stimuli. Folco, a lover of Man, of his infinite potential and of life in all its forms and expressions, says he is stimulated by the pulsating metropolitan heartbeat, which gives rise to his unbridled passion for the visual arts. Both defend true design, the one that creates emotions, the one that makes you stay up at night, the one that gets your hands dirty in the laboratory, the one that, synthesizing function and aesthetics, manages to last over time. Drop 2011 Picapau 2013 DESIGNERS Radice Orlandini 24

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Travelling with imagination and having fun is part of our nature: an infiniti chair is a trip without having to move, among colours, shapes, and materials that evoke places, scents and sounds of different and marvellous worlds. Cape Town San Francisco Varanasi Istanbul 28

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CLAUS BREINHOLT 2020 [ˈfreɪə] Freya is the highest expression of a pure and linear design, in which shape and functionality have always been going hand in hand. Innovation is fully expressed through the design and the concept of the chair: for the first time, a monobloc chair in recycled plastic with an upholstered internal shell is presented. The gentle curvature of the injection-molded frame embraces and accommodates a soft upholstered front panel, creating continuity among the various elements of the seat and giving an extreme comfort. 32

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Cello The cellos are a critical part of orchestral music; all symphonic works involve the cello section, and many pieces require cello soli or solos. Much of the time, cellos provide part of the low-register harmony for the orchestra. Often, the cello section plays the melody for a brief period, before returning to the harmony role. There are also cello concertos, which are orchestral pieces that feature a solo cellist accompanied by an entire orchestra. 34

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The upholstered seat is the distinctive feature of this original, comfortable and sinuous model, which can be configured in a range of different fabrics, which can be easily combined with the finish of the shell. 36

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OLEG PUGACHEV 2020 [raʊnd ənd ˈraʊnd] At a first glance, Round&Round appears to be a classic stool, composed of a delicate structure with four legs in painted steel. But the simplicity of the shapes hides a peculiarity: the seat in recycled plastic or wood, which can be upholstered for greater comfort, spins around the central axis, thanks to a refined and invisible technical solution. Therefore, Round&Round is an essential and delicate piece of furniture, suitable for any context. 38

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Round&Round Tapas Tapas are an integral part of the Spanish culture, as they combine delicious food and spending time with friends into one. Tapas are essentially small plates of food served with a drinklike beer or sangria. They bring people together and have always played an important role within the social life of Madrileños; for this reason, Madrid has endless tapas bars! Every bar has its specialty which stands out among the others. It is very common among locals to walk around the city and go from bar to bar. If locals are planning on visiting more than one tapas bar during the evening, this is sometimes referred to as ir de tapas. 41

The geometric perfection of the seat is framed by the delicate yet robust frame, accompanying it in games of match or unusual combinations. 42

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CLAUS BREINHOLT 2018 [kaˈnovə] Canova is a chair with a classic clean design. Soft colours and round shapes enhance the framework material. It’s a monobloc chair in polypropylene with an upholstered seat cushion for indoor or outdoor, reminding of a vintage wooden chair, but realised with a fresh and contemporary touch. 44

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Piazza San Marco 55°45'47"N 12°35'57"E Piazza San Marco is the principal public square of Venice. All other urban spaces in the city (except the Piazzetta and the Piazzale Roma) are called campi (“fields”). A remark usually attributed (though without proof) to Napoleon calls the Piazza San Marco “the drawing room of Europe”. 46

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Canova wants to elevate plastic material from the way in which it’s traditionally perceived. 48

Canova The warmth and materiality of wood lend a cosy and traditional touch to a chair that revisits the past. 49

The Skovshoved Petrol Station 55°45'47"N 12°35'57"E The Skovshoved Petrol Station (Danish: Skovshoved Tankstation) is a historic, still-operating filling station in Skovshoved at the northern outskirts of Copenhagen, Denmark. First opened in 1936, it was designed by Arne Jacobsen and is an example of the functionalist style typical of the time. 50

Canova Nyhavn 55°45'47"N 12°35'57"E Nyhavn was constructed by King Christian V from 1670 to 1675, dug by Swedish prisoners of war from the Dano-Swedish War 1658-1660. It is a gateway from the sea to the old inner city at Kongens Nytorv (King’s Square), where ships handled cargo and fishermens’ catch. It was notorious for beer, sailors, and prostitution. Danish author Hans Christian Andersen lived at Nyhavn for some 18 years. 51

BROGLIATOTRAVERSO 2019 [ˈfeluːkə] The feluca (“becorn hat” in English) is an ancient headgear used in the eighteenth century and characterized by two downward curved extremities. It is no coincidence if BrogliatoTraverso has chosen this name for this new chair, since its backrest has a shape that strongly reminds of it. This particular design gives a sense of movement to its profile, erasing any rigidity and enhancing harmony and refinement. 52

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Montmartre 48°53'7.79"N 2°20' 16.80"E Montmartre is a large hill in Paris's 18th arrondissement. It is 130 m high and gives its name to the surrounding district, part of the Right Bank in the northern section of the city. Montmartre is primarily known for its artistic history, the white-domed Basilica of the Sacré-Cœur on its summit, and as a nightclub district. 54

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Feluca has this particular design that gives a sense of movement, erasing any rigidity and enhancing harmony and refinement. 56

Feluca In Feluca Pop, wood gives way to polypropylene, which combined with the elliptical metal frame creates vivid contrasts. 57

PHILIPPE TABET 2018 [ˌruːˈel] In the small alleyways of the small French country villages (the so-called “ruelles”) is typical having a seat on the traditional bistrot and brasserie chairs, which have been revisited by Philippe Tabet in a contemporary way. Ruelle won the fourth edition of the infiniti Design Context. It is a chair with a die-cast alluminium structure and extruded alluminium legs. Thanks to its shape and its features, Ruelle can be used for bars and restaurants, and also in outdoor contexts. 58

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Mexico City N 19° 25' 42" E 99° 07' 39" The Zócalo (Spanish pronunciation: [‘so.ka.lo]) is the common name of the main square in central Mexico City. Prior to the colonial period, it was the main ceremonial center in the Aztec city of Tenochtitlan. 60

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Lightness and warmth collide in this indoor version, which comes also upholstered for increased comfort. 62

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FAVARETTO&PARTNERS 2015 [ton’dina] Inspired by Nordic design, but with a design reminiscent of soft, delicate forms, the Tondina family consists of a rounded seat and backrest supported by a slim frame. There is no place where it does not fit in, and the wide range of versions available makes it a passe par tout for any interior context. 64

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Tondina Mabu Vinyl 33°55'32"S 18°25'23"E Based in Cape Town since 2000. We buy, sell, and trade most kinds of vinyl – vintage and new. Also CD’s, tapes, comics, and music-related DVD's and books. 67

Tondina Pop has seat and back in a wide range of polypropylene colors, which can be easily matched with many frame finishes. The result will always be a versatile and elegant chair, suitable for bar, restaurants, bistrots or dining rooms. 68

Tondina Tondina Slim is the latest addition to the Tondina family is distinguished by an unmistakable openwork texture, which recalls the traditional weave of the 1950s reinterpreted in a more contemporary version. 69


Tondina Varanasi 25.3176° N, 82.9739° E Varanasi, also called Benares, Banaras, or Kashi City, is located on the left bank of the Ganges River and is one of the seven sacred cities of Hinduism. It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. 71


Tondina Delicate and irregular wood grains characterise the Tondina collection in plywood, the first born of the family. Stools, chairs and the Lounge armchair add a touch of cosy elegance to the room. 73

CLAUS BREINHOLT 2019 [ ̍sikla] Formal neatness, several basis available and great lightness: this is Sicla, a chair made of a lightweight and comfortable monocoque. A rib inserted on the back of the chair provides extreme stability to the backrest. The seat can be entirely upholstered or only provided with a seat panel. 74

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Nove 45°44′N 11°41 ′E Nove is a town in the province of Vicenza in the region of Veneto, north-eastern Italy, with just over 5,000 inhabitants. It is located on the Brenta river, near Marostica and Bassano del Grappa. The town is home of a local network of ceramic industries. The name of the town comes from the antique Italian nove, in the meaning of "new". As matter of fact, the lands where the town is located were considered new because of the lowering of the level of the Brenta. The lowering of the river revealed soft lands rich of clay. The first artisans of the area started using the clay for the production of pottery. 76

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The colours of the polypropylene shell create a subtle play of light and shadow with the rib and armrests, showing all its stability in its lightness. 78

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FAVARETTO&PARTNERS 2019 [rəˈliːf] Relief is a polypropylene monocoque chair collection, characterized by soft and comfortable lines. The shell has two high reliefs in different finishes, that recall virtual cushions on the seat and on the backrest, emphasizing the minimal but not trivial form. From this technical detail derives the name Relief. 80

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The chair has a polypropylene shell, which is assembled on different bases. Three versions are available: plastic, with upholstered seat or fully upholstered. 82

Relief The ergonomics of the shell make Relief perfect as a work, meeting or conference chair. 83

CLAUS BREINHOLT 2017 [ˈpjʊr ˈluːp ˈmoʊnoʊ] The latest evolution of the Pure Loop series, ‘Mono’ is a shell that and can be matched with any existing frame or base of the family. The shell is a coloured, recycled polypropylene monocoque which can be defined as extremely versatile. The painted steel frames make it ideal for furnishing environments including outdoor areas. 84

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Amsterdam 52°22′42″N 4°54′0″E Amsterdam, capital of the Netherlands, has more than 100 kilometers (62 mi) of grachten (canals), about 90 islands and 1,500 bridges. The three main canals (Herengracht, Prinsengracht and Keizersgracht), dug in the 17th century during the Dutch Golden Age, form concentric belts around the city, known as the Grachtengordel. Alongside the main canals are 1550 monumental buildings. 86

Pure Loop Mono Rialto Market 45.4380°N 12.3360°E Near the base of the landmark Rialto Bridge, the historic Rialto Market is well worth a wander. Seek it out in the early morning when it provides an authentic local experience (and awesome socialmedia ops), with fishmongers hawking their fresh seafood catches and local produce merchants setting out seasonal fruits and vegetables 87

The simple shapes of the shell and frame emphasise the Nordic inspiration of Pure Loop Mono, while retaining comfort and a sense of cosiness. 88

Pure Loop Mono Pure Loop Mono's ideal proportions mean that it can be used in any context, without ever looking out of place. 89

CLAUS BREINHOLT 2014 [ˈpjʊr ˈluːp ˈbəˈnuæns] The Binuance develops colours, material and technology of the Pure Loop family. The sophisticated two-colour shell is obtained from a single polypropylene injection and it is available in seven tone-on-tone versions. 90

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Mexico City N19°25'42" E99°07'39" The population of Greater Mexico City is 21,804,515, which makes it the sixth-largest metropolitan area in the world, the secondlargest urban agglomeration in the Western Hemisphere and the largest Spanishspeaking city in the World. 92

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The contrast of the two colours of the shell can be emphasised by the wooden leg frame, or by the retro frame. 94

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CLAUS BREINHOLT 2017 [ˈpjʊr ˈluːp ˈmæksi] The Pure Loop family introduces a new “Maxi” version: an enlarged shell upholstered in leather or fabric. 96

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Pure Loop Maxi The simplicity of the shapes and the friendly form demonstrate the formal purity of the design from which it took its inspiration. 99

CLAUS BREINHOLT 2015 [ˈpjʊr ˈluːp ˈlaʊndʒ] Pure Loop Lounge is an armchair with a cozy and ergonomic shape, with a poluyrethane padded seat panel, and it's completely upholstered. Funcionality and comfort are guaranteed. 100

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The 4-star base is perfect for offices, lounges and waiting areas. 102

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Sādhu and Sādhvī Literally, it means one who practises a ″sadhana″ or keenly follows a path of spiritual discipline. The sādhu is solely dedicated to achieving mokşa (liberation from the cycle of death and rebirth), through meditation and contemplation of Brahman. 104

Pure Loop Lounge The Sanskrit terms sādhu ("good man") and sādhvī ("good woman") refer to renouncers who have chosen to live lives apart from or on the edges of society to focus on their own spiritual practices. 105

CLAUS BREINHOLT 2020 [ˈluːp ˈmoʊnoʊ] Born ten years ago, and it has immediately become one of the Infiniti best sellers, Loop is a sinuous icon capable of making any public or private environment elegant. The polycarbonate shell gives now way to a recycled polypropylene version, made even thinner and lighter than before. 106

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Johannesburg 26°12′ 16″S 28°2′44″E Johannesburg, informally known as Jozi, Joburg, or "The City of Gold", is the largest city in South Africa, classified as a megacity, and is one of the 100 largest urban areas in the world. 108

New York City 40°42′46″N 74°0′22″W New York, often called New York City (NYC) to distinguish it from the state of New York, is the most populous city in the United States. New York City is also the most densely populated major city in the United States. Located at the southern tip of the state of New York, the city is the center of the New York metropolitan area, the largest metropolitan area in the world by urban area. Loop Mono 109

The ergonomic armrests have a new size, but maintaining the typical curvature, which has made this chair unique for its kind. Loop Mono in polypropylene, which is added to the classic wooden version, takes on a pop, fresh and modern connotation. 110

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CLAUS BREINHOLT 2008 [ˈluːp ˈwʊd] The first legendary family created by Claus Breinholt and the first one-piece shell in the world with arms in 3D curved wood. Loop Wood can be said to be the predecessor of a large extended family, which includes the polypropylene version, the "Pure" version, with the shell without armrests, and the "Mini" version, with the shell reduced to a minimalist version. This piece of art, with its unique shape, can be recognised everywhere by its design, which remains contemporary even with the passage of time. 112

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Berlin 52°31 ′ 12″N 13°24′ 18″E Berlin is the capital and largest city of Germany by both area and population. Its 3.7 million inhabitants make it the European Union's most populous city, according to population within city limits. One of Germany's sixteen constituent states, Berlin is surrounded by the State of Brandenburg and contiguous with Potsdam, Brandenburg's capital. Berlin's urban area, which has a population of around 4.5 million, is the second most populous urban area in Germany after the Ruhr. The BerlinBrandenburg capital region has around 6.2 million inhabitants and is Germany's third-largest metropolitan region after the Rhine-Ruhr and Rhine-Main regions. There has been an unsuccessful attempt to unify both states in 1996 and the states cooperate on many matters to this day. 114

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The wooden shell can be combined with numerous bases, and will furnish the room with personality and character. 116

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MARCELLO ZILIANI 2013 [ˈkʊki] Cookie is a comfortable and refined chair, composed of a polypropylene shell combined with different bases, to be chosen according to one's needs. The intriguing, sinuous and essential design of the shell is unmistakable, and the ergonomic shape gives a welcoming feeling. 118

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Shakespeare and Company N 48°51 ' 15" E 2°20'83" Shakespeare and Company is an iconic English-language bookstore opened in 1951 by George Whitman, located on Paris's Left Bank. The store was named after Sylvia Beach's bookstore of the same name founded in 1919 on the Left Bank, which closed in 1941. Whitman adopted the "Shakespeare and Company" name for his store in 1964. The bookstore is situated at 37 rue de la Bûcherie, in the 5th arrondissement. Opened in 1951 by American George Whitman, it was originally called "Le Mistral", but was renamed to "Shakespeare and Company" in 1964 in tribute to Sylvia Beach's store and on the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's birth. 120

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The harmony of Cookie is reflected in the shape of the shell, which also incorporates the armrests. comfort is amplified in the upholstered version, in fabric or leather. Cookie 123

ANDREAS OSTWALD 2013 [ˈnekst] Plastic, steel and wood: three materials in one sophisticated product, winner of the Good Design Award in 2014. Next finds its ideal place in a modern, minimalist environment. The solid Iroko wood structure and a perforated shell make it a robust chair, suitable also for outdoor areas. 124

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Ring corner In boxing, each fighter is given a corner of the ring where he rests in between rounds for 1 minute and where his trainers stand. Typically, three men stand in the corner besides the boxer himself; these are the trainer, the assistant trainer and the cutman. The trainer and assistant typically give advice to the boxer on what he is doing wrong as well as encouraging him if he is losing. The cutman is a cutaneous doctor responsible for keeping the boxer's face and eyes free of cuts, blood and excessive swelling. 126

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The combination of three elements, so different yet complementary, creates plays of light that emphasise the uniqueness of a chair that knows how to stand out. Next 129

ANDREAS OSTWALD 2019 [ˈiːst ˈwʊd] In the new Eastwood chair, a solid ash structure meets the polypropylene, creating an intriguing intersection of sinuous lines. The slightly curved back panel rest gently on the frame, which is realised in natural or black stained ash, maximizing the comfort. The color palette for the seat and backrest makes Eastwood matchable to any classic and modern setting. 130

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Orecchiette Bari's cuisine is based on three typical agricultural products found within the surrounding region of Apulia, namely wheat, olive oil and wine. The local cuisine is also enriched by the wide variety of fruit and vegetables produced locally. Local flour is used in homemade bread and pasta production including, most notably, the famous orecchiette ear-shaped pasta, recchietelle or strascinate, chiancarelle (orecchiette of different sizes) and cavatelli. 132

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The colour of the seat and back is also present in the frame, with an oval detail that does not go unnoticed and adds a fun touch to the chair. 134

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BROGLIATOTRAVERSO 2016 [ˈsɛtte ˈsu ˈsɛtte] The strength and beauty of Settesusette is the formal continuity of the wood of the frame and the polypropylene of the backrest and seat. The elegant and harmonious composition of these two materials, so different yet so wonderfully united, let Settesusette become a must-have that fits perfectly into any expressive style. 136

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Holland Windmills Windmills are an iconic part of the Dutch landscape, and a visit to one is a must for visitors to the Netherlands. And with eight windmills located in and around Amsterdam, windmill spotting is a great way to see the city. 138

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The chair has a clean design, which can be fully appreciated on the back of the product. Settesusette is suitable both for domestic and for contract environments and the sophisticated combinations of colours make it fitting properly in interiors with a vintage style. 140

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DORIGO DESIGN 2012 [ˈpɔrta veˈnɛttsja] The combination of different materials, such as plastic and wood, creates Porta Venezia, a collection of chairs and stools that suggests lightness and comfort. The chromatic matches available give Porta Venezia a vibrant twist, giving it a place in kitchens with a contemporary design, but also in bars and cafeterias that are looking for an unconventional solution to accommodate their guests. 142

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Sumo Sumo is a form of competitive full-contact wrestling where a rikishi (wrestler) attempts to force his opponent out of a circular ring (dohyō) or into touching the ground with any body part other than the soles of his feet (usually by throwing, shoving or pushing him down). Porta Venezia 145

The concept of this chair, originally designed to be used in bars and cafes, has been revised to make it fitting in dining rooms with a pop style. 146

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MC.DSG 2019 [ˈɛkki] mC.dsg wants to pay homage to the early Twentieth century designers with Ekki, a chair with a retrò design. It is enriched by contemporary elements, such as the metal beams placed on the back side of the rectangular backrest, and the visible assembly components. 148

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Paris Métro The Paris Métro is a rapid transit system in the Paris metropolitan area, France. A symbol of the city, it is known for its density within the capital's territorial limits, uniform architecture and unique entrances influenced by Art Nouveau. It is mostly underground and 225 kilometres long. 150

Basilica of the Sacred Heart 48°53′ 12″N 2°20′35″E The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris is a Roman Catholic church and minor basilica in Paris, dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. SacréCœur Basilica is located at the summit of the butte Montmartre, the highest point in the city. It is a popular landmark, and the second-most visited monument in Paris. The basilica was designed by Paul Abadie: construction began in 1875 and was completed in 1914. Ekki 151

The wooden seat and backrest are wide and spacious, the frame is square but harmonious. The colour contrast is reminiscent of chairs of the past, with a gentle reference to the Nordic models of the 20th century. 152

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BROGLIATOTRAVERSO 2017 [ˈhɑːrmo] Harmo picks up on the tradition of wooden chairs, while retaining the comfort and conviviality provided by the chair's rounded shape. The massive yet delicate profile seems to delicately support the backrest and seat, and invites you to sit down. 154

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Great Wall of China 40.68°N 117.23°E The Great Wall of China is a series of fortifications that were built across the historical northern borders of ancient Chinese states and Imperial China as protection against various nomadic groups from the Eurasian Steppe. The best-known sections of the wall were built by the Ming dynasty (1368–1644). Apart from defense, other purposes of the Great Wall have included border controls, allowing the imposition of duties on goods transported along the Silk Road, and the control of immigration and emigration. 156

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The imperceptible joint between frame and backrest is an unmistakable design feature of BrogliatoTraverso. Harmo 159

KAI STANIA 2017 [ˈwʊdˌstɑːk] Woodstock is a chair entirely realised in plywood oak. It has a minimal design with a rock edge and it is designed to be easily stacked. Perfect for a company use, it can be provided with a linking device that allows to arrange it in rows: a fantastic solution for conference rooms. 160

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Lightweight, comfortable, highly stackable: Woodstock is designed to be used in environments where sharing is a must. 162

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KLAUS NOLTING 2014 [seˈame] Light as a feather, yet stable and with an unmistakable design: the Seame family concentrates all Infiniti's know-how in woodworking. The body, made from delicate yet distinctively grained wood panels, is curvaceous and measured, and its contours at the back define the shape and elegantly shape it. 164

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Padrão dos Descobrimentos 38°41 ′36.98″N 9°12′20.59″W Padrão dos Descobrimentos is a monument on the northern bank of the Tagus River estuary, in the civil parish of Santa Maria de Belém, Lisbon. Located along the river where ships departed to explore and trade with India and the Orient, the monument celebrates the Portuguese Age of Discovery (or "Age of Exploration") during the 15th and 16th centuries. Seame 167

Seame is 100% green, it is perfect for Scandinavian style environments with modern neutral and cold tones. Designed for residential settings, Seame is also suitable for contract use in libraries, reading areas and public spaces. 168

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MARC SADLER 2014 [ˈbi] Marc Sadler, with this project, has developed a “platform” product, on which he has inserted an element of discontinuity, providing this chair an “ironic character”. In this way, Bi suits into any kind of space: residential spaces or waiting rooms, modern enviroments or urban settings. The comfortable, high-performance base has been paired with a light polycarbonate or wood backrest. Bi 20s is the latest striking creation becoming part of the Bi family. 170

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Lisbon 38°43′31″N 9°09′00″W Lisbon is the capital and the largest city of Portugal. The westernmost portions of its metro area, the Portuguese Riviera, form the westernmost point of Continental Europe, culminating at Cabo da Roca. Lisbon is one of the oldest cities in the world, and the second-oldest European capital city (after Athens), predating other modern European capitals by centuries. Bi 173

Circles and square lines take centre stage, the softness of the seat and back can be felt, the elegance is undeniable. 174

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MC.DSG 2018 [ˈuti] “Úti” is the Icelandic word that expresses the French concept of “en plein air”. With this chair, infiniti gives a new, nordic and minimal direction to the outdoor furniture, overcoming the common Mediterraneaninspired dehors concept. Úti is a chair with a structure manufactured in painted steel rod, available with or without arms. 176

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Ideal for outdoor use, it is also possible to add an upholstered panel to the seat for added comfort. 178

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FABRIZIO BATONI 2013 [fjorelˈlina] Lightweight and practical, this chair is characterised by a considerable manufacturing complexity. In fact, it is based on a technology that allows obtaining, from a single mould, four different versions of the product: with solid or with perforated backrest and, both versions, with or without arms. 180

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Napa St.Galilee Harbor Sausalito, CA 94965, Stati Uniti 37°51 ′33″N 122°29′07″W Galilee is a fishing village on Point Judith within the town of Narragansett, Rhode Island, USA, and is notable for being home to the largest fishing fleet in Rhode Island and for being the site of the Block Island Ferry. The village is directly across the harbor from Jerusalem, Rhode Island. Galilee, Rhode Island is named after the Biblical Galilee, which was the original home region of Jesus Christ, who grew up in Nazareth, a village in the Galilee region of Israel on the Sea of Galilee. Four of Jesus' disciples, Andrew, Peter, James and John, were fishermen from Galilee. 182

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Fiorellina suits well for contract uses, as well as for outdoor uses and summer settings ones. Fiorellina 185

RADICE ORLANDINI 2011 [ˈdrɑːp] Awarded with the Good Design Award in 2011, Drop is a chair for contract settings, with a playful design and available in a wide range of colours. It is the ideal synthesis of the dynamic and essential style of the infiniti collection. It provides lightness and irony to public spaces, like bars, pubs, and restaurants. This design product is 100% recyclable. 186

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Miami 25°47′ 16″N 80°13′27″W Romero Britto (born October 6, 1963) is a Brazilian artist, painter, serigrapher, and sculptor. He combines elements of cubism, pop art, and graffiti painting in his work, using vibrant colors and bold patterns as a visual expression of hope, dreams, and happiness. 188

Surfing in Australia Australia is renowned as one of the world's premier surfing destinations. Surfing underpins an important part of the Australian coastal fabric. It forms part of a lifestyle in which millions participate and which millions more have an interest. Surfing Australia is the national sporting body which guides and promotes the development of surfing. Drop 189

Thanks to the hole in the seat, Drop is perfect for use outdoors and in the sun, easy to transport and stackable. 190

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THOMAS PEDERSEN 2018 [ˈkræm] Inspired by an open seashell, Kram is inviting and welcoming the user to enjoying great comfort. It is a plywood lounge chair that rests on a steel or wooden three-legged frame. For a fitting of unparalleled elegance, Kram is also available upholstered. 192

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Aarhus 56°09′N 10°13′E Aarhus is the second-largest city in Denmark and the seat of Aarhus municipality. The largest city in Jutland, Aarhus anchors the Central Denmark Region. 194

United States Capitol 38°53′23″N 77°00′32″W The United States Capitol, often called The Capitol or the Capitol Building, is the meeting place of the United States Congress and the seat of the legislative branch of the U.S. federal government. It is located on Capitol Hill at the eastern end of the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Though no longer at the geographic center of the federal district, the Capitol forms the origin point for the district's streetnumbering system and the district's four quadrants. Kram 195

The minimalist frame with strong lines supports curves and waves, and the warmth of veined wood. The structure of Kram invites you to sit down and relax. 196

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FAVARETTO&PARTNERS 2019 [ˈbɒmbɒm] Its name evokes only good feelings: softness, smoothness, fluffiness. These are the features that everyone expects from an armchair and that BomBom is able to provide. The enveloping frame provides BomBom stability and elegance. 198

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the soft cold foam padding can be upholstered in two colours, for inside and outside. The choice of combinations will bring out the uniqueness of BomBom in waiting rooms, executive lounges and hotels. 200

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Pigalle Duperré 48°52′55.8″N 2°20′ 14.2″E The Pigalle Duperré is sandwiched into a row of buildings in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. Ill-Studio and Pigalle have returned to a basketball court they previously overhauled with bold patterns, replacing primary colours with gradients of blue, pink, purple and orange. The Pigalle Duperré is sandwiched into a row of buildings in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. 202

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204 BROGLIATOTRAVERSO 2018 [ˈpeb] Peb is an armchair that can be transformed and adapted to numerous contexts, thanks to the possibility of combining it with wooden legs or a metal frame, of choosing between two backrest heights and of upholstering it in different colours. The result will always be unique, and Peb will be able to accommodate you with all its rounded softness.