Dimensions

Width 56 cm
Depth 48 cm
Height 77 cm
Seat height 47 cm

Materials

Body colour Polypropylene F34 Light Grey
Frame finish B62 Matt White

Specification

Max number per stack 10
Suitable for outdoor use No
Year of design 2011

Resources

The main feature of Kobe chair is the body, made of BAYDUR®, a rigid polyurethane material that guarantees excellent performance as regards resistance as well as being 100% recyclable and fireproof.

The result is a functional and comfortable chair, thanks to the excellent flexibility of the back, which adapts to fit every type of posture. Seating system with shell in BAYDUR® in the finishes: white, light grey, anthracite, black. Version without armrests also available in eco-leather, leather, cowhide, cuoietto. Base: 4 steel tube legs (stackable) or 2 continuous legs (stackable) or swivelling base (not stackable).


Piergiorgio Cazzaniga

Born in 1946, From 1962 to 1964 he worked as Technical Department Manager at Besana Mobili, from 1966 to 1971 he worked as Research and Development Department Manager at Boffi Cucine, in this period he took part in the European standardization process of sizes in cabinets and built-in household appliances for kitchens and he developed “E15”, “AL15”, “Xila” kitchen and “A1” wardrobe.
He took part in Corporate Image and Communication, working also on products presentation realising: photograph settings, stands, Boffi corner shops and exhibitions. He played a leading role in Image and Communication, he dealt with products presentation through photograph settings, the creation of display areas and of the so-called “Spazio Boffi” inside shops and through the organization of different exhibitions.
In 1971 he became partner in the Buttura, Massoni and Pelizza Studio, which was then transformed into A&D. With Luigi Massoni he designed products, show rooms, stand and exhibition for leading Italian furnishing companies. In 1991 he set up his own studio “Piergiorgio Cazzaniga Design” in Lentate sul Seveso working principally with the most renowed brands. His projects were awarded of many prizes, such as the “Good Design Award” and the “Interior Innovation Award”.


Desalto has always been an integral part of the Brianza area manufacturing tradition, stretching from the 1950s to the present day. Brianza is a special region where the masters of Italian design found a fertile environment and resolute, enthusiastic business people. Desalto founders, the Orsenigo family, are among the entrepreneurs who helped to spread, worldwide, the concept of a product based on a constant technical and technological research, aesthetically sophisticated and designed to be functional.