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Model ETOILE chair, with a frame in solid beech wood and upholstered and covered seat/backrest.
The use of state-of-the-art processing technologies has made it possible to produce a contoured shell in cold-foamed polyurethane, a material that preserves its characteristics over time.
Given the wooden legs, for the dining area we recommend pairing the chair with a table of the same material. Discover all the colour combinations.

Design by: Studio 28
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For every sensation
DENVER
DENVER

Synthetic fabric with anti-stain treatment. Composition: 41% viscose 21% polyester 18% linen 15% cotton 4% polycarbonate 1% other fibers

EVOLUTION
EVOLUTION

Material obtained by a special process that couples leather (on the inner side) with microfibre (on the outer side). Velvety hand-feel of suede leather. Anti-stain treatment. Composition: 80% leather 20% polyester.

SOLID WOOD
SOLID WOOD

Natural material obtained directly from the hard central wood of the trunk of a tree. Can be enhanced with a clear or semi-transparent varnish, or covered with an opaque finish (solid colour). Highly valued material.

MATT SOLID COLOUR
MATT SOLID COLOUR

Product with an opaque paint finish, that is, which completely covers the underlying material. A matt finish ranges from 5 to 25 degrees of gloss, meaning the percentage of light that is reflected from the surface (on a scale from 0 to 100).

LEATHER
LEATHER

Natural product obtained exclusively from hides of european cattle. A highly valued material, soft to the touch, elastic and durable, warm and breathable. Small variations in the grain, pores or colour are part of the character of the natural product.