Kartell Audrey Chair by Piero Lissoni.Audrey is not just a simple chair. It belongs to an eclectic, multifunctional “contaminating” family that can go everywhere: indoor and outdoor, office, home and contract. All sharing the same DNA but with slight differences to adapt to various uses.
- Audrey is a versatile contemporary chair with clean and simple lines thanks to the lightness and resistance of its wholly die-cast aluminium frame.
- This is the first time a single piece, with or without armrests, has been thus cast.
- This version with the seat and back of plastic in various colours and the aluminium structure available in four versions of either shiny aluminium, painted aluminium, painted white or painted black went straight into the catalogue.
Die cast aluninium frame with modified batch-dyed polypropylene seat and back.
- Size Description
Seating height 46 cm (18.1″)
Height 77 cm (30.3″)
Width 52 cm (20.5″) with armrest 60 cm (23.6″)
Deep 51 cm ( 20.1″)
Piero Lissoni was born in 1956, starts his career as Designer in 1978 and, got his degree in Architecture at the Milan Politechnic, in 1985 starts his collaboration with Boffi Kitchens as Art Director e Designer. Together with Nicoletta Canesi in Milan they found Lissoni Associati (1986) and Graph.x (1996) developing projects of industrial e graphic design, interior design and architecture, besides art direction and corporate. Among his usual clients: Alessi, Boffi, Cappellini, Cassina, Flos, Fritz Hansen, Glas, Kartell, Lema, Living Divani, Matteograssi, Poltrona Frau, Porro, Tecno and Wella. In addition to the many Industrial and Graphic Design commitments that range from furniture, accessories, kitchens, bathrooms, lighting fixtures to corporate identity, signage and packaging, he has recently realised projects for private residences and luxury hotels in Italy and abroad: the ?Monaco&Grand Canal® in Venice (Italy), the Al Porto® hotel by the Zurich Lake, the Bentley® Design Hotel TM in Istanbul, the Mitsui Garden Ginza® business Hotel in Tokyo. Furthermore, the main Boffi showrooms around the world; Cassina showroom in Parigi; Cassina IXC showrooms in Japan; in Italy the re-design of headquarters/factories for Boffi, Glas, Tecno and Living Divani and a series of private villas. In USA two luxurious resorts, one in Miami and one in collaboration with other International well-known Architects at the Turks & Caicos.