A large and enveloping design for Artika, a padded chair shaped with a dynamic and comfortable design that can envelop and embrace the sitter.
The distinguishing feature of the Artika chair, which is clearly evident from the front, is its backrest that constitutes a single whole with the seat and opens out at the top, giving the observer the idea of expansion and breadth.
Artika is modelled with dynamic and comfortable lines, rigorous and solid shapes, according to harmonious proportions and structural solutions of strong impact.
The lower part, in metal, is made with the classic four legs or with an original sled-shaped base Artika si; for both solutions it is possible to choose from the many colours of painted metal or refined finishes.
It is alternatively possible opt for the variant with wooden legs Artika Wood or completely covered.
Versions with armrests:Miss Artika, Miss Artika si, Miss Artika Wood are available as well.
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