Gliss green chair | Claudio Dondoli and Marco Pocci | Perali | Italy | 1980s
Produced by Perali and designed by Claudio Dondoli and Marco Pocci, Gliss chair has a cozy and ergonomic shape which takes its inspiration from iconic chairs of the Fifties, featuring by the distinctive element of the hole in the shell. The collection stands out for comfort and functionality, thanks to its sinuous armrests that allow a handy grip, as well embrace the body. Armchair with technopolymer shell and steel tube frame Ø 16 mm.
In 1963, Mario Pedrali founded a small workshop in the town of Palazzolo sull'Oglio, in the province of Brescia, where he began to produce his first outdoor collections of wrought iron seats. From the seventies onwards, the company began working with Italian and foreign architects and designers, specialising ever more in industrial production targeting the contract furniture sector.
Dimensions: H: 75 cm Seat Height: 45 cm W: 58 cm D: 50 cm
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