Category: Sofas and armchairs
Pavone is our allegory to luxury. This majestic animal is never worried about survival: he doesn’t hide or defend himself, he doesn’t escape… His time and energy are used to display his beauty. The peacock, with its wild and colorful feathers, leads a brazen and extravagant existence in the face of possible danger.
The Pavone armchair is the “prêt-à-porter” version of the throne and is presented in a new colour. It is displayed in the monochrome version, covered in Ilario velvet, a fabric of the new generation, which will be part of the Re-Generation book. This initiative focuses on fabrics and leathers that comply with criteria of low environmental impact.
depth 70 cm
height 95 cm
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