Pop Armchair in Cotton Upholstery

Kartell
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Pop Armchair in Cotton Upholstery

$1,550
$999 Gilt
Color:
red
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Delivery Charge: $199.95
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Description
Designer

Pop Armchair in Cotton Upholstery:

  • Young and dynamic padded chair with a cotton upholstery
  • Designed by Piero Lissoni with Carlo Tamborini
  • Seat and backrest in goose down and flock cushions
  • Framed with transparent polycarbonate
  • Made in Italy utilizing high quality injection-molded fabrication and rich material
  • Seat height 13 7/9 inches
  • Measures 37 inches in width by 37 inches in depth by 27 5/9 inches height
  • Spot clean

Delivery charge includes delivery to your home, placement of items, and removal of all packing materials. You will be contacted to schedule a delivery time. Please note that this item can not be delivered to Hawaii and Alaska.

Material: Fabric, polycarbonate

Care: Spot clean

Brand: Kartell

Origin: Italy

Since 1949, Kartell has been known for its commitment to high-quality modern design with an abundance of Italian personality. Ordinary materials like aluminum and plastic are transformed into extraordinary creations, and there are plenty of examples here. You’ll find elegant renditions of home-office essentials — something the company’s known for — like the bright red six-shelf storage unit and sculptural Maui chair (both on wheels). We also love the multi-purpose seating (especially the Ghost stool, designed by Philippe Starck) and deftly reimagined accessories, from coat hooks to vases.