The Outstanding, Contemporary Armchair, 570 Gender by Patricia Urquiola
The outstanding armchair, 570 Gender, designed by Patricia Urquiola, is a new addition to the Cassina collection. A piece that combines both traditional and modern features with a refined and unusual design that resulted in an original accessory. Gender is an innovatively shaped seat, made to create an extremely useful and beautiful addition to any space. A design which satisfies the desire for an amply proportioned chair that combines ultimate comfort with premium materials and state of the art craftsmanship.
The 570 Gender contemporary armchair is available in five different color combinations, emphasizing the contrast between the soft inner part and the strong outer part, decorated with a colored leather edging that highlights its sinuous line. This design adapts to the body of the sitter and provide extraordinary comfort.
Available in either leather or fabric, in five different color combinations, this piece will satisfy the interior design requirements in both the domestic and contract areas. The ergonomic seating of this piece is perfect for relaxing after a working day, entertaining with the family and friends, or just for reading a book.
Patricia Urquiola manages to combine comfort on a large scale without being to bulky. The 570 Gender contemporary armchair is an invitation to experience total comfort thanks to the soft, variable-density CFC free polyurethane foam, padding of its seat. The chair provides adjustable comfort with its clever recline mechanism: the back is designed to lean about 12 degrees under pressure and then automatically returns to its original position.
For this contemporary armchair, a pouf is also available in the same color combinations, with leather footrest band to protect the surface from any damage.
Patricia Urquiola is a Spanish architect and designer that became famous for her unconventional, emphatic, and experimental designs that are blending humanist sensibilities and technical expertise. One of the few designers awarded by the King of Spain, Juan Carlos I, the Gold Medal of Fine Arts.