Zuma is a soft and inviting, light and ergonomic armchair designed by Patrick Norguet.
Artifort, ZumaThis chair was initially created for offices but because of its sheer comfort and option with low backrest, Zuma also works well at home. The cushion is the basis for the design archetype. It connects both parts of the armchair and provides flexibility and comfort. What also makes Zuma stand out are the armrests made of aluminium casting
Pala is a fully upholstered armchair on a pedestal designed by Italian designer Luca Nichetto.
Artifort, PalaIt is Nichetto’s first design for Artifort. The design follows the shape of the human body and combines Artifort’s heritage with a contemporary approach. It can be complimented with a matching ottoman or stand-alone
The open Palladio Shelves follow the same technique as the Palladio tables.
Artifort, PalladioThe Swedish architects Claesson Koivisto Rune designed the open Palladio Shelves cabinet. The legs connecting the shelves follow the same technique as the Palladio tables. The characteristics of the strong, and almost impossibly simple joint between a flat surface and the support, are the same as for the tables. Yet, the architectural connotations are even more present in the shelves.
The iconic Extens cabinet has been updated by designer Khodi Feiz.
Artifort, ExtensExtens now has compact, sleeker dimensions and the cabinet can be finished in a wide variety of powder-coating, lacquer, and veneer options from the Artifort collection.
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