Stackable bench for corner (45°) with aluminium cast frame and steel tube. Feet in polythene. Seat in 3D veneer. Also available in soft leather. If stacked, we suggest to put a protection on the leather seat.
- Feet in polythene
- Cast aluminum frame and steel tube
- Height: 44 cm / 17.3 inch
- Length: 82 cm / 32.3 inch
Produced near Padova, Italy for more than thirty years, Lapalma has been manufacturing beautiful furniture for the home. Rooted in modern design and contemporary aesthetics, using natural materials like wood, leather, metal, wicker and glass, combining elements and functions Lapalma creates refined and functional chairs, tables and stools. Continual research on materials and mechanisms drive the design process. Quality is a fundamental component of Lapalma’s philosophy. Checking the incoming raw materials, the way suppliers work, how components are assembled and products controlled, packed and delivered all contribute to the special care dedicated to their excellent products.
Lapalma ZA-Angle Stackable Bench Designed by:
- Shin & Tomoko Azumi
Shin & Tomoko Azumi
Shin Azume - Japan, 1965 / Tomoko Azumi - Japan, 1966
Shin & Tomoko Azumi was a London based design company established by the Japanese designer Shin Azumi. Its activities covered product, furniture and spacial design, working with a variety of clients on consumer products, furniture, lighting, electronics and audio equipment as well as spacial design for shops, restaurants, exhibitions, etc. Shin and Tomoko Azumi are now separately running their own individual design offices.
Tomoko Azumi opened t.n.a. Design Studio in East London in 2005, after dissolving her former partnership. Design work includes furniture, household and electrical products, lighting, shop and office interiors, and exhibition displays. The studio also conducts workshops and research projects. Clients include Abode, Design Nation, Guzzini, Habitat, Iittala, Keen, Phillips de Pury & Co, Röthlisberger, and Sfera.
In 2005, Shin Azumi established his own design company in London called “a studio.” Shin Azumi’s design work covers product, furniture, and space design. Designs have been manufactured by Ikea, Fredericia Furniture, Artelano, Innermost, Case, Fornasarig, Lapalma, Desalto, Innermost Ltd, Tefal, and Itoki.