GEA | Armchair
A tribute to Gea della Garisenda and to 18th-century wing chairs. The armchair with wings – which were originally meant to protect from draughts and retain the warmth of the fireplace – has passed through three centuries of history.
After a careful bolidist reinterpretation, it knocks on the doors of contemporary living with a futurist version of the “en cabriole” legs typical of the Louis XV style, and
typically Streamlining traits.