Pince Armchair
Wiener GTV Design

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£1,030.80 RRP
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6-7 weeks estimated lead time
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Tradition and modernity interact through the materials chosen and the shapes of the PINCE armchair, always signed by LucidiPevere, characterized by a curved ash "C", a fundamental point of the project, which defines the back: a detail that recalls the world of GTV, interpreted in current key, giving the seat an essential and elegant appeal.

The geometric lines of the upholstered body are minimal and defined, interrupted only by the slight movement of the fabric created by the C-shaped backrest that wraps the seat.


Paolo Lucidi (1974)
Luca Pevere (1977)

Both graduated from the Politecnico di Milano, they are professionally trained with Marc Sadler and Marco Ferreri (2002-2006) with whom they work for numerous international companies.

They began to sign the first projects together from 2003 and in 2006 they founded their LucidiPevere studio.

They always try to compare themselves with new types of products, contaminating them with aesthetic languages ​​and new technologies in the continuous search for their right expression.

They collaborate with companies, cultures and different countries; some brands they work with are Gebrüder Thonet Vienna, Very Wood, Living Divani, Ligne Roset, Casamania, DeCastelli, Foscarini, Kristalia, Glass Hydromassage, Normann Copenhagen, Comforty, Fiam, ColomboDesign, DimensioneDesign, Teracrea and Samsung.

Their products have been included in museums in Europe and the United States and have won important awards such as DesignPreis Deutschland, Red Dot Design Award, Leuchte des Jahres - Light of the Year 2011, Good Design Award, the Must Have selection at the Design Festival of Lodz in Poland and the ADI Index selection for the XXIII Compasso d'Oro.

Various exhibitions took place in Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Poland, Germany, France, the United States in which they took part and publications in international books and magazines. Speakers at various design faculties in Italy, were guests of international events including the Vienna Design Week for the Passionswege 2011 exhibition.

Gebrüder Thonet Vienna GmbH (GTV) is part of a great European history that merges tradition and innovation, renewing its style lines through continuous project research.