The Grace chair is designed by Emmanuel Gallina for Poliform.
March 29th, 2012
Milan-based designer Emmanuel Gallina has created a chair that beautifully embodies current trends of living.
Its aesthetic is contemporary, though still referencing classic design.
Grace is available in 2 versions – with or without arms.
The chair base is in walnut c. and spessart oak with upholstered seat and back in flexible polyurethane foam, not removable stretched cover in fabric, eco-leather and leather.
Best of all, Grace is a Poliform Design Now product and available for immediate delivery.
Discover the smooth lines and classic shape of Grace at Poliform.
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