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The Due Più chair, designed by Nanda Vigo in 1971, made by Acerbis. Conceived almost as a game, the chair intially generates some uncertainty - being simply a rectilinear chrome frame and two 'rollers' of Mongolian goat fur. But its three modes of sitting all provide surprising comfort - regular sitting, side sitting with the support of one arm on the upper roller, and reverse sitting, where the backrest becomes the perfect support for the forearms. The Mongolian goat fur is an ethically sourced reclaimed food industry byproduct.
W: 510 x D: 545 x H: 470 / 720mm
Sled frame in Ø 3cm tubular metal with chrome finish. Plastic feet.
The seat and back are padded with single-density polyurethane foam in a Ø 19 cm cylindrical shape upholstered in Mongolian goat fur in white, black and rust.