An armchair which can be transformed from an active sitting position to an enveloping cocoon by means of its adjustable collar in one easy movement. This unique adjusting technique, based on a locking ring, has been developed exclusively for Cult and is protected property. The light upholstery makes this armchair an extremely inviting proposition.Design: Stefan Heiliger. Machalke
The Aria chair is produced by precisely laser cutting a sheet of steel to create rhombuses that form the main body of the seat. Next, the side pieces combine with the main body to produce a graceful curve. The exterior is then covered with leather that is carefully selected, cut and sewn by hand, while the interior is finished with matt black paint. Designed by Antonio Rodriguez for LaCividina
Arper presents Bardi’s Bowl Chair, designed in 1951 by Lina Bo Bardi. Sharing values, humanistic approach and the design philosophy of the architect italobrasiliano, Arper is confronted with an unprecedented project, in collaboration with the Instituto Lina Bo Bardi and P.M. in Brazil, the current interpreter of his artistic legacy.