The design features a look based on the juxtaposition of materials: on one side there is leather, which follows the curve of the enveloping backrest, in turn becoming an armrest and on the other side there is the fabric of the cushions, with its haute couture feel.
The many different layouts of the system, with its interesting range of alternating depths, mean it is perfect for creating both small, intimate spaces, as well as arrangements featuring several elements, all fit to occupy larger spaces with grace.
With its natural elegance, Lawson is ideal for residential interiors, but also reveals a strong vocation for the hospitality sector, thanks to its versatile modularity.
Sofas and armchairs sit on metal feet with a chrome or polished Pewter finish, a jewel-detail that adds a touch of sophistication to the piece. The wide variety of elements in the Lawson family also includes an armchair with legs in Moka-coloured ash wood or covered in leather, a detail that also characterises the lounge armchair and dining chair.
Each piece can be used in a wide range of potential combinations of materials and colours. And while the impression made by Lawson oozes with Seventies style if the arrangement includes pieces with black leather, structured fabric upholstering and feet with a chrome finish, instead, a more decorative spirit shines through if the option chosen features velvet and chenille.
Legs In Ash Moka Colour or Clad In leather.
*The Cover for the legs will always be in the same leather as the other parts of the armchair.
Lawson Dining Little Armchair
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Rodolfo DordoniArchitect and designer Rodolfo Dordoni was born in Milan, where he graduated in Architecture in 1979. Responsible for the art direction of Artemide, Cappellini (1979-1989), Fontana Arte, Foscarini, Minotti, and Roda, he designs for various companies as well. Dordoni Architetti, founded in association with architects Alessandro Acerbi and Luca Zaniboni, develops projects for houses, residential complexes, industrial and commercial areas such as offices, storesand showrooms, restaurants, hotels, yachts, as well as exhibit stands of diverse commercial fields.
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