Designer Matteo Nunziati was inspired by the work of the Italian architect Giuseppe Terragni, the father of Italian Rationalism and active between the ’30s and ’40s of the twentieth century.
Terragni called his architecture “clear, elementary and perfect”.
Kefa office furniture is characterized by immense suspended volumes that intersect each other. The lines are basic but thanks to the important dimension, the imposing forms, the attention for the details and the careful selection of the materials such as leather, wood and metal, each complement acquires richness and a unique exclusivity. The result is a contemporary and innovative style, at the same time elegant and bourgeois.
The armchairs have the frame for the seat and for the arms separated from the backrest frame. Both have a frame in tubular steel embedded in a polyurethane cold formed in a mould with a density of 60 Kg/m3; this naked foam item complies to the Italian Classe 1IM fire resistant laws and is also available on demand and with an extra rate for other international standards.
The base is available in a 5-star swivel base on casters in aluminium titanium colour varnished; armchairs are height adjustable through a gas-piston and equipped with an ergonomic mechanism.
The conference armchair is covered with wonderful leather available in many colours. For full details please consult the “available material and colours” section.
Here the armchair is shown in a brown colour (PX Woodstock leather to be exact) but it can be realized in any of the several colours in the catalogue. It is sufficient to indicate the choice during the purchase.
In the case of an order, we can send you leather samples, to let you be sure about your choice.
The conference armchair in brown leather has the dimensions of cm. W 71 x D 57 x H 102,5/109,5. The seat height is cm. 48/55.
The Kefa collection includes executive and conference armchairs, desks, meeting tables, chests of drawers, high and low cabinets, all customizable thanks to the use of different essences and leathers.