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Marble Armchair by Maurizo Galante

  • Maurizo Galante and Tal Lancman utilizes the exquisite nature of marble to create a smooth and comfortable chair. The “Louis XV goes to Sparta” chair fuses the classic form of a Louis XV armchair with the digitally reproduced motif of famous marble to result in a remarkable piece of furniture. Designed for Italian manufacturer Cerruti Baleri, its framework is made of plywood and CFC-free soft polyurethane foam. It comes with an internal Dacron cover and a separate polyurethane seating cushion. The chair is also upholstered with an external sheath made of 100% silk that’s adorned with a photographic print of Carrara marble. “Louis XV” is available in three marble tattoo versions of grande antico, portasanta and carrara.

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