The combination of antithetical materials like wood and plastic, in the name of aesthetics and practicality of use, is the theme of the new chair Florinda designed by Monica Forster for De Padova.
Conceived to erase the borderlines between spaces, the
new chair is open to different interpretations: from the dining room to the study, in the home, it also adapts smoothly to use in restaurants, cafes and public areas, thanks to its contemporary image and versatility.
The choice of materials De Padova
has developed for the new chair combines simplicity of form and a light structure, to complete design settings and permit reorganization of any type of space in a contemporary tone. Offered in the solid beech finish, combined with colored seats and backs
in plastic. The versions include fixed and stackable, with or without armrests.
|Seat finish||without upholstery|
|Base finish||with legs|
|Backrest finish||without back padding|
|Armrest finish||with armrests|
shades of brown