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Pavia

by Marcel Wolterinck


Pavia: this historic city in Italian Lombardy is a true treasure trove of art and culture. Walk along its cobbled streets and old-world ‘elegance’ permeates the air. Marcel Wolterinck’s design may be contemporary, the same timeless values of elegance, quality and luxury still apply to his ‘Pavia’ dining chair. Never mind the fact that it is so comfortable, that it is perfect for the Italian ‘dolce far niente’.

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Compositions

Specifications

Body
Webbed metal frame, with polyurethane foam in varying densities for optimum support and comfort, wrapped in hypoallergenic polyester fibre, 100% cotton inner cover.
Lumbar cushion
Hypoallergenic polyester fibre
Legs
Steel.
Upholstery
Composition of fabrics depends on the customer’s choice of upholstery. Leathers are either aniline or pigmented/ sealed
Origin
Hand made in Italy.

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Finish:
Available in gun metal, bronze or white
Upholstery:
Fabric: removable lumbar cushion cover, removable body cover. Leather: removable lumbar cushion cover, fixed body cover. Available in all fabrics and leathers from the LINTELOO collection. Customers can opt to supply their own choice of upholstery fabric/leather.
Special features:
Chair comes with felt gliders.
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Marcel Wolterinck

When Marcel Wolterinck opened his flower shop in Laren, the Netherlands, in 1986, little did he know he would soon be one of the prominent representatives of modern Dutch design. His floral creations with their immediately recognizable ‘Wolterinck signature’, evolved into interior design projects around the world.

It will come as no surprise that Marcel loves using wood and other natural materials, celebrating their unique variations in texture and colour. His designs are sophisticated yet utterly liveable, with a strong emphasis on a sense of warmth and comfort.

Marcel loves the interplay between indoor and outdoor spaces: ‘I enjoy design in which the outside and inside grow together and towards each other, overlapping and connecting.’

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