Space Furniture presents the Audrey Soft, designed by Piero Lissoni for Kartell.
July 9th, 2012
Audrey Soft is the latest addition to Piero Lissoni’s new collection of chairs for Kartell. The versatility and clean simple lines of Audrey Soft are achieved through a special aluminium die casting process with a frame that is composed of only two parts and no visible welding points.
Audrey Soft is available with or without arms, in a choice of four different frame colours and upholstery options in Kvadrat, Trevira and Lycra. The Audrey collection is suitable for both commercial and domestic environments. Kartell Audrey and Audrey Soft is available at Space Furniture.
Structure is die-cast polished or painted aluminium
Seat and back are Kvadrat, Trevira or Lycra fabric
H. 80 cm, D. 51 cm, W. 52cm (with arms W. 60 cm)
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