875 By Cassina
Armchair with armrests
The 875 armchair was designed by Ico Parisi in 1960 for Cassina (at the time Figli di Amedeo Cassina). Cosy, rigorous and elegant, its body is fixed to unusual arched supports that accentuate its defined profile. Characterised by an ample seat and armrests that encourage support, the 875 is a comfortable and functional armchair destined for any room of the house.
Its author’s typical experimentation has led to the creation of an armchair that is classic and modern at the same time. Its solemn appearance is reduced by the contrast of the materials used and, despite having classic features, it is eclectic, innovative and adaptable to any context.
The 875 armchair was initially padded with foam rubber cut into sharp edges, today it has been reissued with expanded polyurethane padding in order to maintain its linear shape. Both the backrest and the seat are upholstered in fabric from the Cassina collections, just like its removable cushions. The arched supports are available in brushed nickel, polished chrome, polished gold chrome, polished gunmetal or painted matt black.
- metal seat and back frame with elastic straps and wooden armrests; padding in expanded polyurethane foam and polyester wadding;
- seat and back cushions padded with different density polyurethane foam and polyester wadding;
- curved steel plate in brushed nickel, polished chrome, polished gold chrome, polished gunmetal or painted matt black;
- removable upholstery in fabrics or leathers from the Cassina collections.