Maison CR

Chairs

Leather, fabric, wood and metal... a wide range that is full of character. The attention to detail and precious materials result in a very elegant design.

PIANCA Orchestra

Orchestra

Merging a classic aesthetic and a contemporary approach to the use of wood, Orchestra emerges as a chair that conveys the idea of familiarity and reliability through a sophisticated and painstakingly controlled language. Philippe Tabet has cleverly produced such a refined and interesting design that Orchestra is eloquent and attractive from any angle. With their square section, the rear legs are splayed out slightly, morphing into armrests as they travel upwards, drawing a curving and beautifully tactile outline. These unbroken lines lend a clean,
cohesive look to the resulting whole. The ergonomic design of the padded seat provides comfort, wrapping round and supporting the body. Orchestra is perfect for any room of the home, from the kitchen to the study or even the bedroom, and also comes in a version without armrests, addition to the office.

PIANCA Inari

Inari

Inspired by one of Kyoto’s most important sacred places, the Inari family of furniture is closely linked to the Fushimi series, sharing the same conceptual roots and main characteristics of form and style. Symmetry, lightness, a tylishness in its details and cleanliness of line make Inari a series marked by elegant, pared-back forms. The meticulous woodworking of the ash, which is milled and turned, creates an extraordinary continuity between the surfaces both to the touch and to the eye, highlighting the old-fashioned craftsmanship that has gone into its making. All edges are rounded and, with the sinuousness of its joints, there are no sharp disconnects between the base and upper structure. Both products offer plenty of scope for customization.

PIANCA Alunna

Alunna

Emilio Nanni’s creativity and experience have come together in Alunna, the ideal companion to the Maestro table, with which it shares the inspirational and conceptual blueprint. The distinguishing trait shared by both designs is the segment, seen as a primary geometric entity and as an iconic structural element. In the Alunna chair, the contrast between the reticular structure of the base and the soft seat creates a striking marriage: pure, refined, sophisticated. The four tubular legs connect together, echoing the design of the Maestro’s legs, but adopting a less radical, less angular solution: the metal finishes highlight their delicate intertwining and set off the padded upholstered seat. The stitching detail and two-tone upholstery give Alunna an eloquent appeal, making it a desirable object for any room of the home as well as an embellishing addition to the office.

PIANCA Gamma

Gamma

The broken lines and the vivid colours enrich the differences between the bases, which are light and steady. The signature feature is its seat: the shape, reminiscent of the cross-section of an egg, is designed to be comfortable and cocooning, in both the rigid lacquered version and the padded version with non-removable or loose covers, available in fabric, leather and synthetic leather. The base is the variable and comes in three versions: metal pylon, solid wooden slanted legs and tubular base.