When design becomes a market advantage
The small French hotel chain Okko seeks to win out in the tight market for four-star city hotels – thanks to its design concept. Patrick Norguet designed the latest hotel, in Strasbourg.
This armchair tweaks the traditional design to nonchalantly assert itself as an updated successor to the bergère and form an addition to the Cassina i Contemporanei collection. An agreeable union of comfort and tradition. The shell is in foam with an iron frame and elastic seat straps; base in polished aluminium alloy or matte black, chestnut brown or beige-grey painted. There is a zip sewn into the fabric or leather upholstery making it easily removable. A footrest accompanies the armchair for greater comfort. Colours can even be personalised with the option of choosing different fabric and leather set combinations for the internal and external parts, according to specific patterns.
|Seat finish||with upholstery|
|Base finish||with legs|
|Backrest finish||with back padding|
|Armrest finish||with armrests|
|Table top shape||rectangular|