Lapalma Foil Chair 4 wooden legs
Slender yet accommodating. Relaxing yet extremely stable. The new FOIL armchair, designed by Francesco Rota, is the outcome of a fusion of opposites. The generous padded seat, offering sheer comfort, emerges from the 4-slanted spoke base on castors, integrates with the enveloping backrest and descends into the highly elegant line of the armrests. With its bold yet delicate profile, FOIL holds the secret to a perfect working day. The ultimate in linearity for decision-making. The ultimate in fluidity for ideas. The ultimate in looking to the future for the easy recycling of its separate components. And last but not least, the ultimate pleasure in getting together around a table with colleagues and friends.
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Chair with shell in rigid polyurethane upholstered with injected polyurethane fire retardant foam and covered with fabric without any glue. Legs in solid ash, varnished in several finishes. Glides in polythene.
- Size Description
Seating height 48 cm
Arm height 66 cm
Height 83 cm
Width 58 cm
Deep 54 cm
Francesco Rota graduated in product design at Art Center College of Design in 1994. He opens his own studio in 1998 and works in different fields of design: product, furniture, showrooms, offices, residential interiors and events design for: Alchemy, Arketipo, Bals Tokyo, Barilla, Fiat, Frag ,John Richmond, Knoll International, L’Oreal Paris, Malo, Martini & Rossi, Mercedes Benz, Paola Lenti, O Luce, Versus. Francesco Rota has been awarded with 2 honorable mentions for the compasso d’oro with Linea and Island which are today in the Historical Collection of the ADI Compasso d’Oro Award. He ha s taken part in several exhibitions held at: St. Etienne Biennale du Design, Hannover Messe, Triennale di Milano, Reggia di Venaria Reale_Torino, Moss_New York, Material Connection_New York, Biennale di Architettura_Venezia,Royal Academy of Arts_Londra, The Merchandise Mart_Chicago, Miami Design Distrisct, Biltmore Fashion Park_Phoenix, Bellerive Museum_Zurich and other private galleries and showrooms around the world. Since May 2004 he has thaught in the Master Research Study Program in Industrial Design at the Istituto Europeo di design, in collaboration with Magis.