Gisa is more than a singular stylistic exercise. Designed by Giulio Iacchetti, its shapes originate from the forms of memory and furnishing figurative heritage, as well as from a solid experience in woodworking, prominent in Bross products. Designed as a perfect complement for dining tables, the chair integrates into a traditional path, of which represents a sophisticated actualization, led with the attention to avoid any distortion from the original principles. A Nordic language and the ’50 inspire this product: compact and characterized by an immediate and conversational aesthetic, it’s evocative of the archetypal lines of northern European chairs. The solid ash wood structure, available with natural finish or stained, makes it an important but versatile, furniture element that can fit into heterogeneous spaces. The backrest, as well as the seat, is equipped with a thin padding, interpreting the shapes of tradition with a unique personality: the upholstery, in leather or fabric, strongly determines the image, turning it into an elegant chair or a lively and trendy object.