n the Renaissance, the architecture of the headquarters was built according to simple lines and straight plans. Thus, the balanced silhouette draws a network of essential lines.
This arm chair rests on a base composed of two Doric columns with a fine shaft and two rear uprights of square section. A square spacer joins the four legs and strengthens the structure.
The armrests and their supports are straight.
The rear uprights are extended by the slight cant of the rectangular backrest.
This type of seat never has a pair due to its hierarchical use. This armchair is crafted with great sobriety and perfect proportions, emulating the taste of a time when grace and measure were the mainstays.