If there was one chair suited for a true lady of the house, it's this stunningly feminine piece designed by Marco Cocco for Reflex. The aptly called Milady is a chair crafted in the durable polypropylene, chosen for its versatility and timeless elegance. This lovely concoction of metal, wood and leather is a perfect accent to your living area. Made to furnish every guest's heart, the seat is made cosy with generous padding before it is then upholstered with fine leather. To make sitting more satisfying, it is embellished with a matching piping for a clean look. The entire structure, including the legs, are constructed from variants of brass or titanium, and then capped off with a satin finish for that matte appearance. For an extra taste of opulence, one has the option to choose an emerald quilting design on the leather cover, bringing you the utmost sophistication in this supremely stunning chair.
To give a new expression and a different meaning to the crystal industrial technology, Reflex was born more than twenty years ago with this ambitious aim. Through precious lessons deriving from the tradition of the family glassworks established in the 40s, the industrial glass, so charming with its linear essentiality, is enriched and warmed by shapes and colours that, although they are topical, always refer to the inexhaustible heritage of the Venetian handicraft, with intelligence and creativity, giving life to a product unique of its kind. This company, the first one that used the Murano massive glass as a base for its tables, has always been privileging the use high-quality materials, such as glass, marble, forged iron and wood, applying new contrasts and technological processes on the cutting edge, with a craft mastery.