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Seating - design Raffaella Mangiarotti

€ 1.922,00


Iconic chair reminiscent of a horse riding saddle design. Steel structure upholstered with natural, hand-stitched full grain vegetable tanned, leather.
The specially designed sled base is slanted to facilitate the right posture,ensuring comfort and ergonomics.

A defining piece in any décor, it is suitable for multiple contexts such as leisure spaces, convivial areas, lounges, workplaces, or private homes.

Discover also the black leather version!

Dimension: cm 32x48, h front 53, back 58
Material: stainless steel structure, leather upholstery
Finish: natural leather
Weight: kg 5
Volume: m3 0,11
Note: aniline tanning is one of the finest leather processing methods, allowing each hide to retain the characteristic features that make it unique and distinguish it from others. Any imperfections therefore point to the quality and not to the defects of the product.

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Raffaella Mangiarotti

Raffaella Mangiarotti

Raffaella Mangiarotti is an architect and designer. Born in Genoa, she lives and works in Milan. She graduated with honours in Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano under the supervision of Professor Tomás Maldonado, and obtained a PhD in Environmental design in 1994. After collaborating with Marco Zanuso and Francesco Trabucco, she established her own practice by designing innovative products for leading multinational companies including Whirlpool, Smeg, NEC, Panasonic, Nestlé, Mercedes Benz. Over the years she has specialized in furniture and creative direction and overseen important projects for various brands in the design field.

In the course of her career she has won some of the world's leading design awards. Her works have been displayed in several museums, in both group and solo exhibitions. Some of her designs have become part of permanent collections, including the MoMA in New York.