The new Emma Cross dining armchair by Varaschin combines a light and refined design with the comfort and pleasantness of a piece of furniture designed to enjoy the outdoor space in complete relaxation.
Designed by Monica Armani, the collection is inspired by the corolla of a flower and the collar of a shirt, two suggestions that represent the well-balanced mix of aesthetics and ergonomics that qualifies all the brand's proposals.
The hand weaving, Varaschin's core competence, is expressed to the fullest in this seat, with the Band, a special padded acrylic ribbon, embellished with an elegant central embroidery, which overlaps the rope covering of the basket, creating a dynamic play of textures and colors.
The range of finishes for the Emma Cross Band ranges from the most neutral shades, such as beige and anthracite, to the more characterized ones, such as rust, green and denim, making this armchair suitable for interpreting different moods, both in residential and contract areas.
Emma Cross expands the stylistic universe of the Emma collection, opening it to color.
The structures are wrapped with a rope in the two tones of Emma's weavings and then enriched with a strong but at the same time organic weave. This weaving is made in five colors, two tone-on-tone, a red that recalls the lands, a green inspired by the forests and a dusty sky blue.