Armchairs with three legs, frame in chromed steel and padding in molded polyurethane foam, covered with bi-elastic fixed fabric.

Base Finish
Chromed Steel
Depth
85cm
Feet Finish
Black Rubber Tips
Height
80cm
Padded Material
Polyurethane Foam
Seat Height
45cm
Structure Material
Metal and Plastic
Upholstery
Bielastico 491D
Width
80cm
Year
1988

Available in white, red and black.


Marc Newson

Born in Australia in 1963, Marc Newson worked around the world, first in Tokyo, then in Paris and finally in London where he, along with Benjamin de Haan, opened Marc Newson Ltd. in 1997. A variety of his projects are cultural symbols requested by the best museums all over the world, such as MoMA of New York and the Vitra Museum. He is well known as the designer who best entered the pop culture scene and his pieces have been used by Madonna in her music videos and in the Austin Powers films.


Cappellini faced the new millennium inextricably linked to the world of images, exploration and research.