Mobius 2016 - Chairs and small armchairs - Giorgetti 1

Mobius 2016

Supple and versatile, Mobius main characteristic is an enveloping shape and the numerous variations available.

Umberto Asnago 2016
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The original design has been altered by redesigning the legs and the stitching to apply the most stylish contemporary look to Giorgetti's fine workmanship.
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The upholstery is available in saddle leather, fabric or leather with leather piping, or in fabric or leather with chain-stitching. The padding of the seat and back is in flexible multi-density polyurethane covered in fibre.
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Mobius 2016
Details

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Armchair with high and low back in walnut canaletto wood and upholstery in saddle leather, fabric or leather.
Versions

Materials

Giorgetti - 11 11
Giorgetti - 2W 2W
Giorgetti - 2Z 2Z

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A Giorgetti ambient can be immediately identified and defined as ‘the Giorgetti style’, unique and original, characterised at the source by its atypical uniqueness.
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Interiors AS+ARCHITECTS LLC: Natalia Sokhatskaya, Alexander Sokhatski

Executive office

Executive office of an important administrative body in the Russian capital, designed by architects Natalia Sokhatskaya and Alexander Sokhatski of AS+ARCHITECTS LLC.
Several Giorgetti pieces have been put in the project, including the Tycoon executive desk, which is the undisputed protagonist of the spaces, and the Bull cabinet.
Beyond these pieces, there are the Mobius armchairs and the Fabula and Vittoria sofas, together with the Myo lamp.
The result is a unique environment in which wisdom, home and office are combined, giving a touch of elegance and cosiness to the office.

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Solutions of exclusive elegance that draws ambients away from their insignificance and endows them with refinement and unique "Giorgetti style"