Rexite Code: 2529.CM.C1
Seat Material: Leather
Dimensions: 22 1/4 x 21 1/4 x h 32 3/4 '' (seat h 18 '')
Frame Material: Chromium plated steel
Misure writing table: 10 1/2 x 10 1/2 x 1/2 ''
Tablet material: Black engineering polymer
Chair with right writing tablet chromium plated frame white
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Sophisticated, extremely detailed in design, this is the new collection of Alexa chairs. Light, stackable and extraordinarily comfortable, it is also ideal for public spaces.
The light and elegant structure, with a flexuous and sensual line, is made of die-cast aluminium, either polished or varnished the same colour as the seat and backrest, although there is also the more elegant version in leather.
Frame and arms in die-cast aluminium scratch-resistent painted in different colours and ''silver'' or polished or chromium plated.
Seat and back in polypropylene in different colours or upholstered with leather or with synthetic leather.
Seat and back are also available in flame retardant engineering polymer class V0 - UL 94 in white colour.
The models with painted or chromium plated frame, if not upholstered with leather or with synthetic leather, are
suitable also for outdoor use (outdoor use, in the long term, could eventually cause a seat colour fading).
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Raul Barbieri was born in Milan in 1946.
After having taken his degree in Architecture at Milan's Polytechnic, he started to work initially as a professional associate.
In 1989 he founded his own practice in Milan which specialised in design, corporate identity and architectural planning.
The design and realisation of a neighbourhood of semi-detached houses in Milan - in the Città Studi area - which in 1999 was presented in London on the occasion of the exhibition 'Golden Compass ADI Architectural Design', date back to this period.
Barbieri has co-operated with various design schools and has held short courses on design at the 'Ecole Nationale Suprieure de Cration Industrielle, LES ATELIERS' of Paris and the European Design Institute of Milan.
He has had a long-standing co-operation with ADI, the Association for Industrial Design in his capacity as co-ordinator of the department of designers.
Many of his designs have been awarded prizes or selected in major international design competitions.
The Biennial of Industrial Design (known also by its Slovene acronym
BIO) is one of the few major international design exhibitions that has a
tradition of more than forty-five years of presenting contemporary
trends in international design through its selection of well-designed
products and its emphasis on quality, originality and innovation. From
the first biennial in 1964 to today, BIO has presented twenty-one
exhibitions surveying the state of international design. City: LJUBLJANA
Luogo: Eindhoven - Nederland