From the visual form of the verbal language – borrowed from the simple configuration of the letter “u” – the Swedish designers translate the game of three-dimensional extrusion, starting from the silent language of human body. Essentially designed for public spaces, offices or hotels, Pisa is an upholstered armchair with compact dimensions, suitable for tight spaces but without excluding aesthetic and comfort. Its minimal shapes embrace the body, creating an intimate feeling. Its geometric shape, with the sloping backrest and a cut profile, creates a strong personality despite restrained measures.

Awards: German Design Awards 2016

Designer: Claesson Koivisto RuneYear: 2015

Cod. OPIS67P
W 67 D 76 H 82 cm
H seat 45 cm

Materials and finishes
Internal frame: cold foam with metal insert, with 18 mm thick birch plywood seat. Seat and back in polyurethane foam.
Base: aluminium feet or black embossed powder-coated metal swivel plate 8 mm thick.

Claesson Koivisto Rune

The Claesson Koivisto Rune studio was established in 1995 as a multidisciplinary architecture and design workshop, in line with the classic Scandinavian tradition, but with the aim of exploring new concepts, and pursuing the values of simplicity and innovation. The three Swedes have created architectural designs throughout the world and in every sector, from homes to restaurants, retail to executive buildings, as well as furniture ranges for numerous major international firms.