This architect-designed chair from SPACE offers both elegance and comfort in a contemporary design
January 1st, 2013
The Kaori Chair references the wooden shell of the much acclaimed Treccia chair, this design mimics the sinuous forms of the polypropylene version, successfully creating a timeless object that blends history and technology.
Italian architect Enrico Franzolini has designed for Accademia a polypropylene molded seat that sits atop a chrome and beech frame, also offered in upholstered models.
Quintessentially minimalist, this design is both contemporary and elegant, without fuss. Perfectly suited to the home as much as it is to contract and hospitality applications.
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