Raphael “Dining” Armchair

The characteristic light and sophisticated style trait of Italian-Danish duo GamFratesi inspires Raphael: a new way of designing the living space thanks to the use of single furnishing pieces with refined tailoring, capable of becoming protagonists of the space, and expressing the same comfort as traditional modular seating systems. Three sofa variants, four types of armchairs, two dining little armchairs and two footstools, all conceived as adaptable to smaller domestic contexts, while still meeting the high demands of decorators and interior designers. Organic forms, with generous and cosy proportions, are enhanced by sophisticated upholstery that masterfully interprets its distinctive sinuous lines. The Raphael sofas and armchairs stands on the floor on modern feet in die-cast Bronze or polished Pewter aluminium or Licorice-stained ash, the design of which adapts to the morphology of the seating shapes. The result is a furnishing piece with classic forms reinterpreted in a modern key. The armchairs are also available with a swivel four-spoke die-cast aluminium base in Bronze or polished Pewter. Each individual element of the family has its own identity and silhouette. The sofas are available in three variants: linear, semi-curved and asymmetrical semi-curved, the latter animated by the series of sinuous lines given by the backrest, punctuated by a gentle change of heights. The armchairs are characterised by their comfortable seating, not only in the larger model, but also in the smaller version and in the dining version, which is available both fixed, with legs in Licorice-coloured ash, and with a swivel four-spoke die-cast aluminium base in Bronze or polished Pewter. The details, shapes and overall aesthetics of Raphael make it a contemporary furnishing piece with a timeless character, designed to meet the different situations of everyday life: from moments dedicated to relaxation to those conceived for conviviality, from hospitality occasions to the more intimate ones of domestic life.
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