• Zenith Chair
  • Zenith Chair
  • Zenith Chair

Zenith Chair

CARLO BIMBI | 2009

Stacking chair and armchair. This mixed material chair combines a die-cast aluminium seat frame and arms, available in powder coated or chrome finishes, with legs in solid beech available in standard finishes. Seat and back of injected fire retardant foam meets “California Bulletin 117A” and “Italian Class 1 IM”. Back has internal metal frame. Covers available in fabric, leather or faux leather.

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PRODUCT INFORMATION
Height: 45-82 cm
Length: 53 cm
Width: 55 cm
Weight: 9.25 kg

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To live life means to move from one residential or public space to the other, interacting with the objects that inhabit those places and spaces. At any moment, you can choose to either make use of or to simply admire a chair, a sofa, a table or an occasional furnishing simply by interacting with it. Segis presents its dynamic, tangible and functional designs that are the result of different technical, productive and creative skills that have been blended into a rich and original energy. All of this made possible as a result of its excellent collaboration with prominent designers.

Each product must have a reason to exist. This in the truth that emerges from the selection of exemplary products which represent best the success that Segis has realized.

The balance between ability and sensibility has created useful and ergonomic everyday objects that have changed the world around us and our way of living life.

His early works dates back to the end of the Sixties with industrial design related activities (taps, automobiles, tools, etc.).

During the Seventies and later on, he concentrated his work on furniture and objects design, with the creation of some products that have been in production for a long time. With the intent not to be fascinated by fashion, he works concentrating his creativity on searching for logic and rational solutions.

Obtained a Diploma at the Advanced Institute for Industrial Arts in Florence in 1968, then he taught at the Institute of Art, the I.S.I.A., and Industrial Design department at the University of Florence.In 1968–1969 he collaborated with Studio Nizzoli Associati in Milan.

Since 1970 to 1983 he estabilished Studio Internotredici Associati with Gianni Ferrara and Nilo Gioacchini. He works as a freelancer since 1985.He designed among the others for Arketipo, B&B Italia, Bosal, Casprini Gruppo Industriale, Ciatti, Dema, Falegnameria 1946, Ferrea, Fratelli Guzzini, Frilli arredobagno, Ifi Industries (Steelmobil), La Falegnami Italia, Gruppi Sintesi, Neolt, Nobili rubinetterie, Segis s.p.a., Seven Salotti, Zucchetti Rubinetterie.

Weight 9.25 kg
Dimensions 53 x 55 x 45-82 cm
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