Gabriele and Oscar Buratti enlarge the Hug family of seating to include a chair without armrests. The padded chair Hug is an elegant object furnishing the dining area with classical yet contemporary elements. A featuring element of the modern contemporary Hug chair, that is identified in the welcoming shapes and strong character are the armrests that descend from the seat and the distinctive downward curve of the backrest. Hug seating family, in specific the padded dining chair Hug, is upholstered in fabric or leather and metal base, reinterpret a classic seat in a contemporary way.



New chapters are added to the Frigerio story. The 2023 collection tells a philosophy of slow living, which step by step goes forward by following the rhythm of nature to enjoy moments of pure relaxation and conviviality, in a light and dreamy atmosphere. Each piece of furniture reflects, and re-asserts Frigerio's identity linked to the highest quality manufacturing art to create a unique product with contemporary appeal. The new upholstered systems, the seating elements and tables are characterized by the purity of shapes and volumes, designed by bold lines. These are counterpointed by the careful research of materials and a wide textile collection. Frigerio represents the Made in Italy design elegance with a strong international vocation, a fil-rouge that unites the creations signed by established collaborations with designers such as Gabriele and Oscar Buratti, Ferruccio Laviani, Federica Biasi and Umberto Asnago.

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technical information


plywood padded with non-deformable polyurethane foam covered with doubled protective fabric.
Seat: non-deformable polyurethane foam.
Base: metal Burnished colour. On demand metal Black Sablé colour, metal Sand Sablé colour, metal Greige Sablé colour or metal Titanium colour.
Cover: in fabric or in leather both fixed.

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