Lido Lounge Little Armchair

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Lido Lounge Little Armchair

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The welcoming nest shape of the Lido family of seats by Italian-Danish duo GamFratesi is the hallmark of its design.

The curved silhouette that outlines the body on which the padding of the seat sits now also comes in a two-seater sofa version: a compact furnishing piece, ideal for both home and Hospitality spaces.

The design, inspired by the 1950s, recalls the typical stylistic marks of Brutalist architectures, here softened by the masterful use of textured fabrics and comfortable, ergonomic cushions.

The volume of the sofa is raised from the ground by four solid wood legs, in Moka-coloured open-pore polished ash or Canaletto walnut with a Dark Brown stained veneer. Alternatively, it can rest on the iconic X-shaped aluminium base with Moka-coloured open-pore polished ash finish, imbuing this object with timeless beauty and making it easy to pair with the other furnishing pieces in the collection. The base and legs are enhanced by an interesting decorative insert in Bronze-coloured varnished steel at the top of the legs.

The two-seater sofa completes the Lido family, which includes armchairs, ottomans, small dining and lounge armchairs - only with legs in solid wood - and coffee tables that sit on the iconic X-shaped base, with round or square top in Bianconero marble or polished ash wood with a Moka open-pore lacquered finish.

Lido Lounge Little Armchair

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Dimensions (cm)

W75 x D78 x H71

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GamFratesi Studio was founded in 2006 by Danish architect Stine Gam and Italian architect Enrico Fratesi. The studio is based in Copenhagen. Stine and Enrico draw on the classic Danish furniture and craft tradition as well as the classic Italian intellectual and conceptual approach. Understanding a tradition and addressing it actively in the workshop makes it possible to expand on it. From this cross-cultural substrate they create furniture that respectfully reflects tradition while also featuring unique embedded stories, symbols and associations, often expressed in a minimalist idiom.

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