Sofa in white-grey woven polyethylene, aluminium frame, oak feet. Cushions in polyurethane, Dacron and down. Dimensions: 200 x 107 x 74 Delivery time: 14 – 16 weeks Applications: Outdoor or indoor residential Variations: Available as armchair, 2 & 3 seater Finish: Self-finishing, solid polyethylene Designer: Paola Navone, www.gervasoni1882.it/gervasoni/
November 21st, 2008
Sofa in white-grey woven polyethylene, aluminium frame, oak feet. Cushions in polyurethane, Dacron and down.
Dimensions: 200 x 107 x 74
Delivery time: 14 – 16 weeks
Applications: Outdoor or indoor residential
Variations: Available as armchair, 2 & 3 seater
Finish: Self-finishing, solid polyethylene
Designer: Paola Navone, www.gervasoni1882.it/gervasoni/
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