A fragrant breeze, warm and clear water: the sea has always offered unique suggestions, which can also be applied to indoor and outdoor furniture.
The Irma chair, designed by Mario Scairato, opens to the mind cobalt blue scenarios, made of bougainvillea, rosemary, lavender and caper bushes and then the natural stones such as the travertine of the elegant terraces overlooking the sea. The Irma chair is made of painted steel rod, available in different colors that can be chosen in color match with the Irma table, creating continuity in style, or in contrast, for an effect mix & match. The project was born with the aim of minimizing the elements, for an essential design and in the name of a way of experiencing the outdoors in an informal way, imagining seats that expand indefinitely. A bit like it was in the houses of the past, where on summer evenings the chairs colonized the streets, transforming them into large lounges under the stars.