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The Fil Noir chairs take their name from thread – an unmistakable sign of continuity.
The thread, or tube, that actually makes up the body and substance of the chair – not only outlines its silhouette, but also supports and envelops it.
A thread that expresses a core decision in the choice of material. Metal tubing painted matt black. A choice of absolute austerity that is softened by the rings with polished Gold finish that set off the corners of the chair, adding a note of decorative contrast to the stark formality of the structure.
How to harmoniously blend form and function is the quest that led to the creation of a backrest with an enveloping shape and a comfortable seat, both with metal structure encased in polyurethane foam. The internal cushion has a structure in flexible thermoformed material and polyurethane foam that lends added comfort to the backrest.
Such painstaking construction details confirm the high degree of tailoring know-how achieved by the company over time and strengthen the perception of a product known for its high level of craftsmanship.
The Fil Noir little armchair has the same elegant design and enveloping shape as the eponymous armchair.
A little armchair that beautifully blends formal elegance and great comfort, thanks to its metal and polyurethane foam structure. A cushion made of flexible thermoformed material and polyurethane foam lends additional softness to the backrest.
The padded structure rests on elegant, slender legs in matt Black painted metal tubing, embellished with details in polished Gold finish.
|Seat finish||with upholstery|
|Base finish||with legs|
|Backrest finish||with back padding|
|Armrest finish||with armrests|