Outdoor chair, made of wrought iron leaves which cover the structure and evoke the image of a blanket of fallen leaves in a forest.
The construction of the chair is made thanks to a crossover of advanced production techniques and ancient techniques.
The mantle is in fact made up of over 100 leaves of maple and plane tree, shaped from a steel sheet via laser cutter and molded to give them tridimensionality. The master craftsman places them randomly, but not casually.
He hammers and welds them to the frame made of steel tube and creates a self supporting structure.
A series of treatments make the chair weatherproof and therefore suitable to the external environment.

Produced by Sampietro 1927