Armchair: 23.5"W x 22.8"D x 19.3"SH/32.3"BH Armchair with Cushion: 23.5"W x 22.8"D x 19.3"SH/33.3"BH Chair: 23.5"W x 22.8"D x 19.3"SH/32.3"BH Chair with Cushion: 23.5"W x 22.8"D x 19.3"SH/33.3"BH
United States and International
Product of Busnelli Designer: Patrick Jouin
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION The Manda seating collection is born from the desire of the designer to play with elements of a “shell” shape, combining them to create the seat, backrest and armrest. The Manda chair offers four different formal solutions: one chair and one armchair, with or without fixed backrest, characterized by curved and comfortable lines, harmony of proportions and undisputed comfort. Manda chair with cushion, can be furtherly enriched by a refined padded confection of the structure that allow, further to the traditional cover entirely in fabric or in leather, to cover the external backrest and internal part in two materials, two fabrics or two leathers different between them or even, to make a contrast of materials such as leather and fabric, giving birth to unique sartorial solutions. The research of the elegance and compact proportions characterize the Manda seating, allowing to insert smartly on every environment, residential or contract, and to be combined to other elements of the collection. The structure is in multiply curved from an exclusive mold. Padding in non-deformable polyurethane foam without C.F.C. and fiber 100% polyester. Base in solid ashwood. Non removable covers. Materials as per finishing data sheet.
PRODUCT DETAILS - The padding is in non-deformable polyurethane foam - The fiber used in the Busnelli Manda Chair is 100% polyester - The base comes in solid ashwood with a heat-treated oak, a black dyed, a grey dyed, a walnut dyed, and a white off finish - The covers on the Manda are non-removable
Busnelli is being involved for half a century in the production of upholstered furniture signed with the silver brand. The experimental care of the searchers of Centro Studi & Ricerche Busnelli (Study & Research Centre) and the co-operation with professional architects and designers, generated high qualitative and design products which denoted the Company's history. Many of these products, characterized by innovative forms, time-proof materials, versatile structures, have contributed to the design history; Fiocco and Libro, original chairs of 1970, are part of the Permanent Collection at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.