Niemeyer II Armchair
The Niemeyer II Armchair is named after the Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, whose architecture has been spread as sculptural poetry throughout the history of mankind.
The round lines of the armchair are influenced by the remarkable 'Casa das Canoas' that Niemeyer designed in 1951. The flat roof offers its flowing shapes to the round seat. The backward movement of the curve framing a large granite boulder is reconstructed through the placement of the seams in a meticulously upholstered work that flows around the arms of the armchair.
The Niemeyer II modern armchair is an artistic design with a sense of comfort that can be used as a lounge chair in luxury hotels and chalets or as a distinctive design in the most creative interiors.