Dressed Chair

Like the sofa from the same collection, Dressed chair has its padding sewn directly into the covering, and the two look great together. Its aesthetic is drawn from the sportswear world, and resembles the look of technical apparel, giving the chair a contemporary touch that is perfectly complemented by its swivelling metal base. Dressed is a compact, expressive chair suitable for both domestic and contract settings, and in particular for the work and corporate sector.

Designer: Luca NichettoYear: 2012
Technical overview

Cod. ODRES59
W 59 D 57 H 77 cm
H seat 48 cm

Materials and finishes
Internal frame: poplar plywood 18 mm thick.
Padding: differentiated - density polyurethane foam.
Base: matt powder coated painted swivel metal base.
Upholstery: non removable cover. Dressed items cannot be upholstered in Super Leather, Aniline Leather, Customer Leather. Color of the zip to be chosen between black and white.
Zip: 01 White, 02 Black.



Poplar plywood 40%

Polyurethane 28%

Upholstery 17%

Elastic belts 6%

Metal components 9%

Suggested upholstery

Luca Nichetto

Luca Nichetto was born in Venice in 1976, and graduated in Industrial Design at IUAV university of architecture in Venice. In 1999 he launched his professional career, designing his first products in Murano glass. Later the same year he began working with Foscarini, designing a number of products for the firm and working as a consultant for research into new materials and product development (2001-2003). In 2006 he set up his own agency, Nichetto&Partners, dealing in both industrial design and design consultancy. He has received a number of international prizes, including the Gran Design Award 2008, the Chicago Atheneum Museum of Architecture Good Design Award 2008, the IF Product Design Award 2008 and the Elle Decoration International Design Awards 2009 (EDIDA) as Designer of the Year in the Young Designer Talent category. He has held workshops in numerous universities both in Italy and abroad, and has exhibited in Europe, the United States and Japan.