The Creed Wood armchair revisits the original design that sets the Creed collection apart, offering lighter proportions and a captivating combination of materials that exude a welcoming warmth. The backrest in curved plywood with Sucupira veneer and stained Mink finish is bonded to an internal shell in structural polyurethane and a molded, flexible, high-density polyurethane layer. The back of the chair rests on a metal support with a glossy Light Bronze painted finish while the front legs are in solid Sucupira wood with stained Mink color finish. The Creed Wood armchair can be paired with its namesake ottoman. Structure: in metal seat coated in fireproof polyurethane foam with suspension provided by high-rubber-content elastic webbing. Backrest in structural polyurethane (BAYDUR® 60), coated in flexible fireproof polyurethane foam. Backrest of the wood armchair is in curved, veneered Sucupira plywood with stained Mink finish laminated to a structural polyurethane. Backrest and seat casing in breathable heat-bonded fireproof fiber. The WOOD armchair backrest cover can not be removed. Covers: fabric or leather covers can be removed by removing the metal frame. Legs: solid Sucupira front legs with stained Mink finish and with upper and lower metal plates in Light Bronze painted finish. Back support in press-formed metal with a glossy Light Bronze painted finish.
The collection of Creed seating elements comes with a full-blown personality and was developed to establish a lively, meaningful conversation with the many accessories from the 2016 Collection, especially when paired with the Bellagio “Lounge” tables to create innovative and unique living spaces. The Creed family comprises numerous chairs, each of which was specifically designed for a particular setting, in terms of both use and style. The carefully-engineered proportions of the elements in the Creed series allow these products to be seamlessly integrated into residential and hospitality settings, like lounge areas, waiting rooms, corporate offices and boutiques.