4-leg armchair with wooden frame and upholstered shell in fabric. Available in polyturethane injected foam in compliance with UK fire regulations. Stichings available in red, rope and according to fabric colour.
Metalmobil presents the new collection of upholstered seats: Myra, designed by Emilio Nanni. Following the company’s spirit, this family of upholstered seats testifies that idea of comfort that the products by Metalmobil ensure. A seat with an especially contemporary volumes layout, in accordance with the international taste that is attentive to design mood, Myra lends itself to instil its reassuring elegance to any environment. ‘The Curve is the subliminal shape that makes you think of the desire to envelop and of the comfort that the ancestral idea of trust, protection, and rest represents’ Emilio Nanni The curve is its distinctive feature, along with the extreme attention to detail. The contrast stitching and the many possible combinations of colours and materials give the product a strong identity. Myra, with its infinite combinations and its discreet yet equally strong style, satisfies every specific request of inclusion and attention to comfort, making it a good candidate to become a real long seller. The collection includes all types: chair, armchair, high and low stool, lounge chair, and it is available in two different frame options: beech wood or steel.
He obtained his Architecture degree in Florence. He has taught in various Architecture and Design Departments in Italy.
He founded the studio Emilio Nanni|ENa+d|arch+design, focusing on design, architecture, urban requalification, interior design and art direction.
As an architect, he has realised numerous interventions in various Italian cities in a range of scales: from residential architecture to urban redefinition, both in the public and private sphere.
As a designer he has collaborated with important Italian firms, among them: Billiani, Bross, Calligaris, CattelanItalia, Cyrcus, DaA Italia, De Castelli, Guzzini, Ifi/Metalmobil, HauteMaterial, Lamm, Mdf Italia, opificioitalia 963, Pianca, Saba, Tonelli, Tonon, Valadier Gioielli, Trabà, Zeritalia, Zanotta.
He has received numerous awards, recognitions and special mentions, the most recent being the Red Dot Award in 2016.
He has participated in numerous exhibitions and conferences dedicated design and his work has been published in the most important national and international magazines, books and blogs on design and architecture.
Always a painter, he has exhibited in various personal shows in galleries in Italy and abroad and his work is present in many international public and private collections.
He works in Bologna.