The small armchair Liza by Studio Lievore, Altherr and Molina represents the topical response to the dynamic uses at home and in the contract market. Comfortable and cozy, with injection-mould, is available with a black or white polypropylene frame, equipped with a padded seat cushion or fully covered with a tailoring care in various fabrics and leathers. The designers explain: “Liza was designed to be a versatile seat, under the formal and construction viewpoints, offered in a wide range of bases and finishes. The polypropylene structural sling comes in two-tone scratch-resistant finishes: white or black, or covered in various fabrics of the collection. Bases can be in aluminum, wood or in painted steel.” The four bases include: legs in solid oak or Canaletto walnut, natural painted; legs in chromium-plated or painted steel – featuring a special cone- shaped tubular section reminding the racing bikes; or a swivel base with four or five spokes in die-cast aluminum alloy on feet or on castors. “The timeless style, the shape and comfort are the Liza’s contributions in any environments it is proposed for.” The sling features armrests made of polypropylene reinforced with glass fibre, in the shades black or white, seat cushion upholstered with self-extinguishing polyurethane foam and removable cover in fabric or leather; the backrest removable cover in fabric or leather is coupled with Dacron Du Pont.