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     Figura | Khodi Feiz | Design 2018     Palladio | Claesson Koivisto Rune | Design 2016     Bras Highback | Khodi Feiz | Design 2016

Modern living

Introducing the Pala Giro armchair

A personal interior style uses objects, design pieces and accessories to depict cultural and stylistic explorations. A powerful mix of vintage and new finds. Authentic. Original.

Explore Artifort's excellence in social and informal seating, and read more about a new member of the Pala family by Luca Nichetto.

Pala Giro | Luca Nichetto | Design 2017     Twins | Monika Mulder | Design 2018

Vega | Jasper Morrison | Design 1997     Twins | Monika Mulder | Design 2018     Chaise Longue | Geoffrey D. Harcourt RDI | Design 1970     Moby | Tej Chauhan | Design 2018

New: Pala Giro

Luca Nichetto | Design 2017 | Collection update 2019

We are delighted to welcome a new member of the Pala family: the Pala Giro. This contemporary swiveling armchair by Italian designer Luca Nichetto follows the shape of the human body, offering all the comfort of an easy chair. Its new rotating pedestal gives this sleek design a welcoming appeal.

The Pala Giro invites you to forget your troubles and lose yourself in complete utter relaxation. As a special detail, the design features decoratives stitching that follows its flowing lines. The Pala Giro is ideal for a range of different rooms, at home as well as hotels, restaurants and lounges.

  • Comfortable armchair on a swiveling pedestal.
  • Internal frame made from solid steel wire, covered with foam for excellent comfort.
  • Extensive programme of colours and fabrics. Two-tone upholstery possible within same fabric type.
  • Pala Giro is ideal for a range of different rooms, at home as well as hotels, restaurants and lounges.

Big Mushroom | Pierre Paulin | Design 1960

Figura | Khodi Feiz | Design 2018      Balans Mini | Khodi Feiz | Design 2018

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Concept, art-direction and styling: Kamer 465
Interior Photography: Inga Powilleit 
Product Photography: Studio van Assendelft
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