Minimalist dining chair

design by Norm Architects
Starting from €5,000.00

Italian spirit meets Danish aesthetics

An unexpected degree of comfort. Boasting meticulous attention to detail and skilled craftsmanship, the Fred dining chair is inspired by mid-century furniture and fine Italian style, which is represented through an approach focused on the minimalism typical of Danish aesthetics. The chair’s solid wood backrest is perfectly rounded to gently support sitting in any position thanks to the flexible upholstered seat. Solid wood, upholstered comfort, a light appearance, and delicate contours: the design of the Fred dining chair combines wood bone joints and brass fixtures, drawing attention to details and the materials’ inherent qualities.

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Texture spec sheet: features, maintenance and care
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    Colors used, for obvious technical reasons, are indicative and may differ from the original


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    Lema. The art of dialogue

    Our products are characters in a bigger picture, a lifestyle vision centred around the concept of dialogue.Dialogue as an idea of home, of a bespoke space, of the ideal forum for relationships and sharing moments.Dialogue as the fusion of form and materials, of aesthetics and function. An expression of Lema’s ability to combine various difference design styles in one, harmonious collection.Our furnishings are designed to interact with one another but can also exist on their own, having been devise to adapt to personal lifestyles in houses all over the world.