Step Armchair Soft Upholstered
9W4

Design Mac Stopa

Simplicity that leaves its mark.

Dimensions: L 63 cm / H 82 cm / P 57 cm

9W4.22 FIX
STEP_9W4.24
9W4.24
9W4.26
STEP_9W4.D4
9W4.D4
9W4.D6
9W4.32 FIX
9W4.34
9W4.36
9W4.E4
9W4.E6
9W4.78
9W4.84
9W4.94
9W4.B4
9W4.L4
9W4.T4
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A modern chair that seduces

Design Mac Stopa

Vintage look

Besides the addition of a soft layer of Dacron, this version is also enriched by the particularly upholstery, with the fabric or leather deliberately left unstretched, as in a vintage model.

Intended use

A soft dining armchair to enjoy the time around the table as a comfortable, pleasant and relaxing moment.

Product information

Injected polyurethane foam shell. Weight: 10,5 kg


Designer

Mac Stopa

Mac Stopa is the founder and design director of Design Massive, an award-winning architecture firm specializing in interior design and decoration. Mac Stopa has created interiors for companies and exclusive furnishings for many multinationals such as Coca-Cola, Google, Ericsson, Motorola, GlaxoSmithKline, ING, Credit Suisse, Fortis Bank and Microsoft. In addition to interiors for companies, Mac Stopa is also known for the development of innovative products in the lighting sector and in furniture design. His products are characterized by the combination of essential lines and unique shapes but also by a modern and functional design.

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