A unique new piece by Antonio Citterio, the Maxalto Fulgens Armchair can easily fit into any lounge room setting, modern or traditional.
January 1st, 2014
Fulgens is a small armchair, which has the vocation of a unique piece, able to sit next to a traditional sofa or, conversely, a new generation sofa. Stylistically, the piece presents oriental overtones, confirmed by the silky hand of the wood.
Launched at the 2013 Milan Fair, the Fulgens defines understated elegance and represents both the past and future of design.
Available in only one size and finish, black shellac, the Fulgens expresses the idea of hardcrafted excellence. The seat is a backrest shell, externally lacquered like the frame and internally upholstered and covered in leather or fabric.
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