Follows the shape of a human body.

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Pala Giro follows the shape of the human body, offering all the comfort of an easy chair. The rotating pedestal gives the sleek design a welcoming appeal.

Upholstery possible in various fabrics.

Two-tone upholstery or upholstery with a black leather trim around the contour of the shell is optional.

The base is finished in textured powdercoat.

The Pala collection consists of an armchair, Pala Giro, a matching footstool (Pala P) and a matching side table (Pala T).

Design year 2017Design by Luca Nichetto

Choose from several textiles. Click on the drop-down menu to select a colour.

Duo-tone upholstery is possible within the same fabric type (innerside and exterior). As an option, the Pala Giro can be upholstered with a black leather trim (Artifort Ox #5300 Black).

The steel disc base is finished in a standard Artifort structure powder coat colour. Click on the drop-down menu to select a colour.

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Designed by Luca Nichetto

Luca Nichetto (1976, Venice) is an industrial designer who began his professional career as a glass maker and later became a product designer and consultant for lightning company Foscarini. In 2006 he founded his eponymous studio in Venice. In 2011, he moved to Stockholm, Sweden, to start his family and opened a second studio there, combining his Italian flair with the Swedish spirit of modernity and sustainability.

Over the years, Nichetto has served as art director for many international design brands and gained a reputation as a multidisciplinary designer. He has lectured and led workshops at several universities, including serving as a professor of design at the IUAV, and has sat on juries for various international design competitions. His work is often featured in prestigious exhibitions worldwide and has been the subject of retrospectives in cities including London, New York and Beijing. His highly researched, innovative projects have earned him an impressive array of international awards for designs that range from products, accessories and furniture to architecture, exhibition design and branding.

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