Dimensions

Height 45 cm
Top diameter 100 cm

Materials

Frame finish Black Chrome
Top finish Marble Calacatta Oro Matt

Specification

Year 2018

Resources

The sophisticated silhouette of the Sveva armchair reveals its unmistakable personality while silently telegraphing its generously welcoming appeal.

A shapely shell made of rigid structural polyurethane and then upholstered in saddle hide accommodates the soft, goose down filled seat and seat back cushions. The cast aluminum swivel base comes in versions with four or five spokes, the latter specifically designed to meet the needs of the contract market. Finish options for the support base are: satin, chromed, burnished, black chromed and champagne finished metal. Between the saddle hide shell - available in nine colors - and the cushion upholstery options, that can be created in all the exclusive Flexform collection of fabrics and leathers, countless combinations are possible. The Sveva armchair can be paired with its own namesake ottoman. The design of the base also inspired a series of occasional tables in various sizes and in a number of finishes, including sumptuous wood, exquisite lacquer and luxurious marble. With its sophisticated yet uncomplicated lines, the Sveva armchair is a perfect match with all the sofas in the collection and is confidently at home in both residential and hospitality interiors.


Carlo Colombo

Carlo Colombo designed for Flexform in 2013 the products Clarke, Edmond and Isabel. Carlo Colombo is considered one of the most important Italian architects and designers. From the very start, he designed for top-level brands. From that moment, he has been collaborating with hundreds of the most important brands of Italian design and Made in Italy. In addition to designing products and furniture, Colombo also collaborates with companies on marketing strategies, graphic designs and designing exhibits; he also works as a consultant and art director. His design work initially concentrated on interiors, and progressively extended to the building sector, in Italy and abroad. In 2004, he won the title of Designer of the Year; in 2009, he won an international competition for designing the two poly-functional towers in Abu Dhabi and in 2011 taught design at the De Tao Masters Academy in Beijing, China. Among his many recognitions are the Elle Décor International Design Award (2005, 2008, 2010, 2011), the Good Design Award from the European Centre for Architecture Art Design (2009), and The Chicago Athenaeum, the Red Dot Design Award (2012 and 2014), the Interior Innovation Award and the iF design award with Teuco. Today the firm designs on a large scale throughout the world, from interior design to architecture.


FLEXFORM’s history is a family history. Now at the third generation, FLEXFORM was founded in the furniture manufacturing district of Brianza, in Northern Italy.