Audrey Soft: the sister chair to Piero Lissoni’s Audrey for Kartell.
June 7th, 2012
Using the same innovative diecast technology as seen in the Audrey, Audrey Soft’s frame is also seamless, cast in just 2 parts, without the appearance of welding.
The frame is offered in 4 options: shiny aluminium, polished aluminium, painted white or painted black.
In contrast to the woven plastic back and seat of its predecessor, the second variation of Audrey for Kartell has a soft upholstered seat and back, with textile options from Kvadrat, Trevira and Lycra, available in a spectrum of colours.
Audrey Soft is lightweight and multifunctional, ideal for both commercial and domestic use.
Available at Space Furniture.
H. 80 cm, D. 51 cm, W. 52cm (with arms W. 60 cm)
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