Inout 851 Armchair – Category D – Grey
Inout 851 Armchair – Category D – Grey
Inout 851 Armchair – Category D – Grey
Inout 851 Armchair – Category D – Grey
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Inout 851 Armchair – Category D – Grey

Gervasoni
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PRODUCT DETAILS:

Gervasoni Extra Cover Campaign, for all Upholstered Furniture you will receive one extra Free Cover in Lino Bianco.
Valid September 11 - December 31, 2019




Inout 851, from Gervasoni, is a armchair chair in lacquered aluminium with elastic belts. The armchair is designed by the award-winning director Paola Navone and is not only thought for outdoor use, but also for indoors.

Material:
Aluminium

Dimensions:
W: 94 cm, H: 72 cm, Seat height: 36 cm, D: 86 cm
1 x 60x60 cushion
1 x 40x40 cushion

Notable:
The picture shows Category D in the fabric Wafer Bianco. Inout is available in several fabrics and colors. For information, please contact us at info@artilleriet.se or call +46 (0) 31-711 76 21.

Gervasoni
Founded in 1882, Gervasoni is currently managed by the third generation of the family, with Giovanni and Michele Gervasoni. The aesthetic standards and production techniques have changed over the years, but not the passion for beauty and art. Gervasoni designs, develops, manufactures and markets furniture solutions and collaboration with some of the most qualified designers, such as Paola Navone, Marco Piva, Michael Sodeau and Jasper Startup. This guarantees the aesthetic quality of the products and continued experimentation with new materials.