Structure and shell intersect each other according to a play of soft, enveloping lines in the Baltea collection, designed by Marco Zito for Bross. The family includes a dining armchair and a lounge chair with a four-leg base made of tubular metal, with a black, brushed bronze or customisable nuance finish, also for a tone-on-tone effect with the upholstery.
In the chair, the tubular metal is used to accompany the curvature of the seat cushion and creates a sort of slot on either side, which defines the identity of the product and suggests the idea of a functional armrest. The same concave silhouette is also found in the armchair, but here it lacks the opening detail: instead, it is accompanied by an additional cushion that overlaps the shell, both in the seat and backrest sections, with an ergonomic and decorative effect. Designed for residential, hospitality or office environments, Baltea is available in a wide range of covers, in fabric or leather.
The history of Bross is inextricably linked to two factors: a love of wood and natural materials on the one hand, and a strong international vocation on the other. Uniting the two elements and successfully projecting it into a global dimension are the extraordinary craftsmanship and collaboration with internationally renowned designers. The company produces chairs, upholstered furniture, tables and furnishing accessories and has established itself in the residential and contract market thanks to its clean, cultured and timeless style. bross-italy.com