Lapalma Fedra Chair
  • Lapalma Fedra Chair
  • Lapalma Fedra Chair
  • Lapalma Fedra Chair
  • Lapalma Fedra Chair
  • Lapalma Fedra Chair
  • Lapalma Fedra Chair
  • Lapalma Fedra Chair
  • Lapalma Fedra Chair
  • Lapalma Fedra Chair

Lapalma Fedra Chair

€283.00
Availability if not in stock 6 to 8 weeks.
Base: *
  • Powder Coated Black
  • Powder Coated White
  • Mat Chromed
Color Seat: *
Feet: *
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Lapalma Fedra chair designed by Leonardo Rossano.

  • Stackable chair with base in sand blasted stainless steel.
  • Wooden back with thickness variation.
  • Available in blanched oak, stained dark walnut. 
Specifications

Base in sand blasted stainless steel. Wooden back with thickness variation

Size Description

Seating height 44 cm (17.2″ )
Height 76 cm (31.6″ )
Wide 44 cm (18.7″)
Deep 49 cm  (21.1″)

Color Description
Blanched Oak
Oak Dark Walnut
Black open poor

Fabric A Esedra

Fabric A Imitation Leather Accademia

 

Fabric B Fame Gabriel

Fabric B Remix 2 Kvadrat

Fabric B Imitation Leather Extrema Ikon

Fabric C Hallingdal 65 Kvadrat

 

Fabric C Steelcut Kvadrat

Fabric C Divina MD Kvadrat

  • Leonardo Rossano

    <p>Architect and designer he graduated in ‘91 in Florence, where he resides. In the 90’s he collaborated with architect Claudio Nardi’s studio designing for private residence, public spaces and boutiques  for leading Italian designers like Dolce &amp; Gabbana, G. Ferrè and Valentino.</p> <p>Since ’98 he is a freelance designer of furniture, furnishing complements, exhibition space and company image communication. His client list includes Lapalma, RF-Yamakawa and True Design. For Clerprem, he worked as art director overseeing the design of seats and components for trains.  </p> <p>From 2001 to 2009 he taught  “Furniture design ” and “History of Industrial Design” for the Bachelor of Fashion Design in Florence. He currently teaches History of design at IED and Furniture Design  for the international masters at Florence Institute of Design International.</p> <p>In 2013 he won the “Good Design Award” of Chicago Athenaeum for DNA bench.</p>
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