Chairs 12

Poliform’s collection of chairs represents a range of designs meant to embody people’s dreams. In the rigor of the forms, in the essentiality of the lines, in the impeccable elegance of the finishes, the collection has the power to channel individual tastes like no other. Jean-Marie Massaud designed three models for Poliform: Seattle’s distinct light shape can enhance the unique qualities of the leather, enriched by tailoring details; Ipanema’s style blends simplicity and originality, lightness and practicality, in full coherence with the accessories of the same collection; Ventura stands out with its fluid, sensual and enfolding lines. Its thin wooden frame, available in both natural or lacquered colors, valorizes the lightness of this design. Three tables designed by Rodrigo Torres include: Manta, with an enfolding design fully upholstered and coated in leather, is welcoming and can embellish even the most basic tables; Harmony, highly innovative in technology and expression; and Ics-Ipsilon, two stools that resulted from stylistic research, which studied contrast in shapes and materials. Mad Dining Chair brings all the peculiarities of the collection designed by Marcel Wanders in the chair form. Emmanuel Gallina created the Grace chair for Poliform, contemporary, elegant yet practical. Guest by Rodolfo Dordoni offers a level of comfort to be rediscovered each day. Gabriele and Oscar Buratti’s exciting Ley chair is sinuous, elegant, precious and, with a delicate touch enriched with details of the finest craft. Velvet and Velvet Due by CR&S Poliform are two small armchairs of indubitable uniqueness. Their distinct shapes are solid yet light, comfortable and enveloping. Nex by Mario Mazzer has a chromed metal frame and a seat that is molded in plastic. Nex is also available as a stool. Carlo Colombo-designed Creta and Creta Due, offering familiarity and elegance. The daring and provocative design of BB by Blumer and Borghi features an exoskeleton in leather.