Saba

Kepi

The structure of the Kepi chair welcomes the comfort of the bergère. The classic function of the chair for reading or relaxation is guaranteed by the height of the backrest, the comfortable lumbar backrest and the elegant pouf. Kepi, an armchair and bergère, is seating with a strong personality and unexpected design. The asymmetrical shape and precise design enhance its rounded lines, creating powerful character as well as comfort. In the bergère version, the vaguely northern style meets tradition with unexpected harmony. The exposed supporting structure made of bleached ash wood becomes its characteristic trait, while the comfortable armrest counters its purposeful restraint. Its frank elegance makes it perfect for the home and contract environment. Also available with base in varnished metal. Fully removable covers.

Production year 2016 / 2017
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Design Emilio Nanni

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Architect, designer, artist.

Emilio Nanni has a degree in Architecture from the University of Florence. He has worked as a lecturer and researcher at the same faculty, and held lessons and workshops at several Italian university faculties and design schools. He is the founder of the Emilio Nanni arch+design | ENa+d |studio, which handles projects in the fields of architecture, design, interior design, art direction and design consultancy. As an architect he has designed and built residential buildings of various sizes in several Italian cities. He has worked as a designer for many Italian firms, including Billiani/Novecentoundici, Bross, Cabas, Calligaris, LaboratorioPesaro, Lamm, Mdf Italia, Guzzini, Roche Bobois, Saba, Tonelli, Tonon, Valadier Gioielli, Zanotta and Zeritalia. He has participated in many exhibitions and shows in the sector and his work has been featured in articles and critical essays in the leading Italian and international architectural periodicals, magazines, blogs and websites. He is also a painter, who has displayed his work in several solo exhibitions in galleries and museums in Italy and abroad, and his work is featured in various public and private international collections.

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