|880 - 1080 mm|
|1200 mm, 1700 mm|
01 профиль изделия
Features: Zoe distinguishes itself for its comfort and its casual design. The collection includes: Large Armchair, Small Armchair, Chaise Longue, Baby Armchair and pouf in different sizes, available in Outdoor version too. The cover with visible seams can only be made with the fabrics Divina Mélange, Divina 3, Gio and with any kind of leather. If different fabrics are utilised, classic stitching in the same fabric will be made. We do not recommend fabrics that are too lightweight. The cover is fully removable. Zoe can be equipped with the small table Argo. As Zoe is made with "mobile" material, the sizes indicated are approximate. Framework: It is built with no supporting frame, is shaped by a 100% Twill cotton cover, and made with separate chambers, containing expanded polystyrene pearls. The number of chambers changes according to the size of the armchair: 6 in the Chaise Longue, 5 in the Large and in the Small and 3 in the Baby. Each chamber is made with a zip equipped with a safety pocket. In account of the specific characteristics of the expanded polystyrene, which does not assure a constant density, it is not possible to guarantee that each Zoe chair will have the same volume. Please allow a + or - 5% tolerance of the filling volume. With the daily use, the expanded polystyrene pearls might lose volume. This is also normal. Original volume can be obtained by adding new expanded polystyrene pearls to one or more chambers. In Outdoor version Zoe is delivered with water repellent fabrics, as well as with water repellent fabric inner cover, covers are sewed with special mould resistant yarn.
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