Part of UCI’s La Collezione Bellissima – the beautiful Collection – from Italy, the Edith Chair is a functional chair that recalls the modernist classics of mid 20th century design.
March 9th, 2018
Designed in collaboration with Massimo Broglio for Salone del Mobile 2017, UCI and design partner Traba have unveiled the Edith chair. Inspired by classic Scandinavian design, Edith’s solid wooden frame features a cross structure made from either beech or ash.
Edith comes in beautiful collection of lacquered timber frame colours with complementary seat upholstery materials available to suit any interior design space.
Available with or without seat pad, Edith is a functional chair designed with strict understanding of Scandinavian design. Versatile and suiting restaurants, waiting rooms and breakout environments, Edith comes in either stackable or non-stackable options.
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