114 NUVOLA ROSSA by CassinaA foldable bookcase which, according to Magistretti’s modus operandi, sprang from an analysis and reinterpretation a product type and the sum of its parts, the sides and shelves.
139 COTONE LEGNO chair by Cassina is part of the Cotone family, that has acquired new members to go with its upholstered armchair that was launched in 2017. These are a slim version of the same, called, not surprisingly, Cotone Slim, as well as a table and chair, the latter having a solid wood seat and back. This chair is produced, using advanced CNC machinery, in Cassina’s carpentry workshop in Meda, in the Brianza area north of Milan.
The inspiration for the design of this armchair is rooted in the great classics of Cassina, once again the benchmark or its ability to create highly expressive models with high-end artisanal and industrial content.
140 COTONE SLIM Small armchair by Cassina is a low-armed dining chair that is as comfortable as an armchair proper, elegantly extends an invitation to sit and relax; a brand-new slim-line version is also now available.
FOR MORE CONFIGURATIONS PLEASE LOOK AT THE RELEATED PRODUCT AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.1919 Armchair by Poltrona Frau takes its cue from model 128, which made its debut in Renzo Frau’s 1919 catalogue. The 128 reproduced the opulent features of rococo armchairs.
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255 FLAT Container by Cassina takes part of a family of container units designed by Piero Lissoni and part of the collection since 1999. The collection has been thoroughly revised, focusing on its stylistic renewal, the perfection of its technical details, the expansion of the range of configurations in order to meet different use purposes.
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279 BEUGEL Sedia by Cassina produced in collaboration with Rietveld’s heirs, the Beugel chair was originally created by the Dutch architect in 1927. The chair is made of three elements: two identical looped steel frames that provide support for the seat.