Chair with solid wood structure, veneered in different type of wood. Seat and back in solid plastic material. Cushion with internal part in polyester covered in Kvadrat fabric, synthetic-leather or leather in different colors. Easy fixation to the shell by means of snaps fasteners. To be used on chairs provided with cushion fixing set.
With his erice chair, Alfredo Häberli revisits the essential style and clean lines of his segesta and selinunte collection to create a new shape, with a personality of its own. A distinctive trait is the hole in the back, which ensures elasticity and comfort. The exterior profile of the shell recalls the inner shape of the hole, engendering an impression of movement and balance. Erice is available in a wide choice of base structures: 4 legs, sledge, on wheels, cross shaped, wooden, as well as a new trestle-like version with 4 conified legs. The shell, made from plastic material, offers a choice of colours: white, sand, beige, light blue. Highly comfortable is the soft version with cushions in shaped polyurethane and regenerated leather support, or upholstered with Dacron® covered with Kvadrat® fabric, leather or synthetic leather, and secured to the shell by means of snap fasteners. This range also includes a small armchair, enna, whose shell in technopolymer mated to flexible polyurethane foam features a fully removable cover made of fabric or leather. Thus Erice-enna, segesta- taormina, selinunte-tindari constitute a family of seats sharing the same attributes of elegance, technology and lightness, while each individual element is a well characterised, one-of-a-kind creation. New structural variations for the selinunte/erice seating collection and for the upholstered chairs tindari/enna, now presented in a version with armrest. Practical and of sure effect, the new frame with integrated armrests is made from enamelled steel and presented in various colours. This new base represents the natural evolution of the range. An all-black writing tablet is also available so that the collection with armrest may lend itself to further uses.