Aula looks intriguingly seamless because the colours and surfaces of all the chair’s parts are the same. Its precise lines and the way the leg frame, armrests and seat shell fuse with the rest of the structure suggest an organic sculpture.
The form, elasticity and ergonomic design of the seat shell provide excellent support and comfort, even when people of all shapes and sizes sit on it for long periods of time.
The seat Princess of Love revisits the baroque style, ideal to furnish modern spaces while providing a classic and elegant look. The structure of the Princess of Love is characterised by details and finishings with rococo style, ideal for any type of indoor or outdoor setting, such as living rooms, shops and restaurants as well as for contract.
Bond is a chair designed by Jean-Marie Massaud. The name Bond refers to the possibility to concatenate and create a friendship bond with someone. This sums up the thought behind the series. Its simple and soft form invites people to meet. The design is minimalistic not to take focus from the individual. The elegant, modern cut and the clean form is modest yet has a self-evident attitude.
JOINT suggests sovereignty with a measured elegance of its own. The aesthetic expression speaks of precision and comfortable functionality. Itﾒs a chair dressed for the job, with wheels, tilts and armrests poised for afterthought in the exclusive meeting room. The table rises to the occasion with a sleek top plate of glass, laminate, linoleum or hardwood while the aluminum frame effortlessly repeats itself. JOINT is not to represent the bourgeois, but rather become a symbol of functional exclusivity.
Stacking Chair. Shell in fiberglass reinforced nylon. Available with four legs (4L) in chromed (CH) or lacquered powder coated steel (LQ) with cataphoresis treatment. Available in stainless steel (SS) AISI 316. Suitable for outdoor use.