Porta

Omayra Maymó

The Porta armchair arose from observation of the entrance portico of the Chandigarh Assembly Hall, designed by Le Corbusier in 1951. The armchair is an abstraction of the brutalism and duality of this portico, combining the soft, adaptable character of a curved main element with the rigorous, rectilinear character of the parallel planes that support it. Porta is a high-backed armchair of great comfort. Its rigorous construction exhibits subtle, polished details.

Finishes

Structure

Fabrics

Selection group A

Selection group C

Frame made of solid European oak and seat shell in European oak plywood. Seat and backrest covered in non-deformable expanded polyurethane foam, CFC free.

For the manufacture of this lounge, Omelette uses wood from certified sustainable logging.

Acceso profesional

Professional access

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