Designed by Miguel Mila
Its structure emerges from a game of tangent lines between its four organic frames and of those with the seat, thus securing stability and at the same turning it almost transparent.
Structure in rattan in natural or stained in a selection of colours, foot rest in stainless steel, upholstery in a selection of fabrics or leather
DIA470 x H620 mm
DIA500 x H760 mm
Gata originates from a thorough search for balance between the different elements, shapes and diameters of the rattan cane in order to produce a comfortable and resistant seating, as well as an aesthetically harmonic one. Its lines flow smoothly to create a handle at the top of the backrest making its transport easier and bringing […]
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Nemea is a collection of classically-shaped seatings, whose visible, light structural elements seem to be smoothed by time, like findings from the Ancient Greece. The chair seems to extend into an athletic pose, with its sinuous legs in solid ash grafted to the die-casted aluminium frame placed under the plywood seat. The embracing, comfortable backrest […]