Manufactured by Cattelan Italia | Design by Studio Kronos The contemporary Amy dining chair is Italian-made by Cattelan Italia and can be covered in fabric, synthetic leather, or soft leather and has a sturdy steel frame.
Manufactured by Porada | Design by Carlo Ballabio The Andy Dining Chair and its classic silhouette are far ahead in development and design. The frame is crafted from Canaletta walnut or Frassino ash and available in natural, stained or matt lacquered … Continue reading “Andy”
Manufactured by Cattelan Italia | Design by Studio Kronos The Anna barstool by Cattelan Italia fits contemporary decor with a sleek chromed steel structure with a removable cover in fabric or fixed cover in soft leather or synthetic leather. … Continue reading “ANNA BARSTOOL”
Manufactured by Cattelan Italia | Design by Studio Kronos Enjoy the inviting European curves of the Anna dining chair. Anna features an exposed steel structure with a curved back and is available with our without arms. Structure options include … Continue reading “ANNA DINING CHAIR”
Manufactured by Lapalma | Design by Shin Azumi The AP stool is a sculptural, award-winning piece of contemporary furniture, created from a single sheet of plywood. Made in Italy.
Manufactured by Porada | Designed by G. Vigano Italian-designed and Italian-made, the Ara contemporary armchair is a luxurious and comfortable piece made from the renowned Porada Canaletto wood. Neatly upholstered in a variety of different fabrics.
Manufactured by Poltrona Frau | Design by Jean-Marie Massaud The Archibald armchair by renowned Italian furniture company Poltrona Frau features a classic leather embellishment along the edge and external surface of the upholstery and contrast stitching, giving it a … Continue reading “ARCHIBALD”
Manufactured by Porada | Design by Emmanuel Gallina The Arena family reveals a great addition to the living room collection with the Arena Armchair. This chair embodies the Porada love for wood in its design and close attention to detail. The … Continue reading “Arena”