Adda armchair

The Adda armchair possesses the same straightforward, contemporary aesthetic as the seating system of the same name.  Generous cushions with goose-down padding and piping that underscores their soft, welcoming shape offer delightful visual contrast to the light metal structure. The cushions are creased with a unique lengthwise stitching detail that produces a slight wrinkle in the surface of the upholstery – which can be crafted in fabric or leather. In addition to following the natural fold created upon sitting, the stitching lends Adda a distinctive look. The armchair rests on a metal base covered in leather or fabric, while the exposed cast-aluminum feet reveal their graceful, yet absolutely contemporary vibe. 


Antonio Citterio

Designer (2017)

Antonio Citterio, born 1950 in Meda, Italy, studied architecture at the Milan Polytechnic. In 1972 he began work as a designer and consultant in the field of industrial design, before joining Terry Dwan as a partner at Studio Citterio/Dwan from 1987-96. He held...




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