Sendai Dining Little Armchair - Fixed

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Sendai Dining Little Armchair - Fixed

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Named after the city of trees, Sendai, this line of furnishing pieces consists of a small sofa, an armchair and dining and lounge small armchairs.

Like slender trunks, the elegant, polished legs, in Canaletto walnut solid wood stained Light Brown, or Liquorice lacquered ash, rest on the ground, lifting the enveloping upholstered body and creating a soft rhythm of vertical lines.

The possibility of having both the armchair and the dining and lounge small armchairs also in the 360° swivel version with return (base in polished Bronze-coloured varnished metal, with sheathed spokes in solid ash with an open-pore Liquorice-coloured lacquer, or in solid Canaletto walnut with Light Brown stain) makes the Sendai seats particularly comfortable for both residential and hospitality environments.

The compact and well-proportioned silhouette of both the seats and the small sofa, opens up to a new way of using the dining space: as a living room within the living room, a hybrid situation, such as when dinner is served on a large table, while guests meet and socialise round a lounge table.

A new, more intimate way of opening up new visual and proportional horizons of the living space, both in homes and in hospitality venues.

Sendai Dining Little Armchair - Fixed

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Vendor Item

SEPD58FNC, SEPD58FFL

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No product available in any showroom.
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Dimensions (cm)

W58 x D60 x H77

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Inoda+Sveje

Inoda+Sveje

INODA+SVEJE are a multi disciplinary design duo comprising Kyoko Inoda (Japan) and Nils Sveje (Denmark). Inoda studied architectural design at ISAD in Milan. Sveje graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture in Copenhagen. INODA+SVEJE was founded in 2000 in Copenhagen and moved their base of operations to Milan in 2003. They have developed a harmonious and sensitive approach, applied to both the design process and the resulting form and aesthetics. Their work as traditional external designers spans across established brands in the artisanal space.
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