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Callista

FCALLFA105

Designed by Samuel Accoceberry, the Callista line consists of an armchair and a sofa with a sophisticated design. Drawing its inspiration from the aqu...
Callista
Designed by Samuel Accoceberry, the Callista line consists of an armchair and a sofa with a sophisticated design. Drawing its inspiration from the aquatic world, the Callista line, named after the eponymous shell, resonates with the tranquility and organic beauty of the seabeds. Its enveloping aesthetic evokes warmth and protection while inviting comfort. On the back of the backrest, a strong piping detail gives the piece its personality.

Caractéristiques

Category

Armchairs

Caractéristiques

Dimensions

L 41 x P 37 x H 36 inches

Caractéristiques

Frame

Solid beech

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Callista

Technical sheet

Callista

FCALLFA105

Pierre Frey - Icone

SIZES AVAILABLE

41,3 in

Category

Armchairs

Designer

Samuel Accoceberry

Dimensions

L 41 x P 37 x H 36 inches

Frame

Wood : Solid beech
Construction : Traditional assembly

Comfort

Suspension : Elastic webbing
Structure : wrapped in poylester wadding - CMHR 2818 foam
Seat : CMHD55 foam - CMHR4338 foam - wrapped in poylester wadding - CMHR2818 foam
Back : CMHR2818 foam

Finishes

Frame Finishes : Stained oak, water-based varnish
Upholstery Finishes : Piping - Simple seams - Stretched fabric

Leg Finishes

Wooden base

Information

Swivel base Refer to suitable list of fabrics

Weight

116,89 Kg

Fabric Qty

7,06 yds
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Samuel Accoceberry

Samuel Accoceberry

Graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure d’Art de Nancy and the Raymond Loewy School in Industrial Aesthetics, designer Samuel Accoceberry lives and works between Paris and Biarritz. He collaborated for 10 years with prestigious design studios in France and Italy, such as Arik Levy, Antonio Citterio, and Rodolfo Dordoni. In 2010, he launched his own studio and works as a designer and artistic director.

 

Particularly attached to the enhancement of know-how and fine craftsmanship, he values the gesture in all his projects, whether working with a workshop or a more industrial structure. The expression of his creations tends towards pure, contemporary, elegant lines with a graphic bias.

 

Samuel Accoceberry has received a number of international awards including three Red Dot Design Awards and a German Design Award. In France, he won the Grand Prix de la Création de la Ville de Paris in 2013.

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