Designed by Emilio Nanni
Asymmetrical design for a stool that almost seems to dance, move, invite to socialization and sharing. Nhino, available in three different heights, is perfect for use around the kitchen table for breakfast or in the living room for lunch or in the living room for tea and coffee. A versatile seat also in the contract. In particular in informal style places, such as lounge bars or fast food restaurants. Perfect in the higher version, to be placed next to the counter for aperitifs.
Structure in solid beech with beech veneer in natural, stained or lacquered in a selection of colours
W440 x D430 x H670 mm
W440 x D470 x H770 mm
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