Designed Tokujin Yoshioka
The name, material, stitching, embossing, softness, thickness and colour all tell the soul of the armchair and the sense of physical and emotional satisfaction which it communicates. Panna Chair comes to life as soon as someone sits in it: soft, comforting, its shape adapts to the user, and embraces them. The upholstery has been carefully studied, the fabric conceived as being like a dress to be worn, to cling to the body. Originally devised for its practicality, the designer gives it a poetic twist, turning it into soft clothing to be worn, a point of contact.
Injected flame-retardant foam over internal steel frame. Feet are polypropylene, screwed to the frame. Panna chair cover is removable.