Lisetta is the embrace' armchair, constructed entirely by hand by Mogliano master craftsmen, the structure is made of natural cane bent by hand using the flame technique. Three weaves accommodate you inside Lisetta: the rose window intertwined with the traditional technique, in the sides you can find different techniques in Vienna straw and a weaving of "teglia".
Designed by Elena Salmistraro for Bottega Intreccio, Lisetta is a small armchair, available in two backrest heights, that transmits intimacy and lightness. With its enveloping shape and the slight transparencies given by the different types of weave of the backrest, Lisetta wants to welcome and protect without excluding the surrounding world. In this way, the armchair seems to make a real invitation to enjoy intimate and delightful moments.
With great refinement and a clear feminine imprint, Elena Salmistraro has been able to enhance the art of weaving, creating an icon that conveys empathy and warmth rather than wanting to impose itself for its undoubted elegance. A delicate object, which pays homage to the craftsmanship of Elisa Caponi (hence the name Lisetta), matriarch of the Maurizi family, who together with her husband Luigi brought the weave to Mogliano three generations before the foundation of Bottega Intreccio.