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PLEIN AIR 059 chair
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Michael Anastassiades >
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Product description

The PLEIN AIR chair beautifully completes the dining space as part of the Michael Anastassiades collection.
The stainless steel tubular structure echoes the tables, while the Batyline seat appears suspended, thanks to a meticulous play on tensions.
PLEIN AIR is a collection dedicated to outdoor lunches, and conveys both rigour and lightness in its combination of shapes, lines, materials and sustainable finishes which require no maintenance and fit perfectly with their surroundings. For elegance that's sober, attentive and sophisticated.

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Simplicity, minimalism and a strong personality in a single collection: PLEIN AIR is balanced in shape and proportions, its geometry leaves nothing to chance, enhancing the design and the materials that is made of. PLEIN AIR collection is composed of a series of garden tables and an armchair. With the PLEIN AIR dining table, Michael Anastassiades brings outdoors a piece of furniture with clean and simple shapes. The aluminum structure, in two colour variants, host a matt gres top. The graft of the leg in the frame of the top is almost invisible, to enhance the sinuous geometry of the table for outdoor use and the perfection of the lines that draw the product without interruption.
The different measurements aim these classy and minimalistic dining tables to be the protagonists and allies of all domestic outdoor and indoor spaces.
The PLEIN AIR armchair carefully completes the collection. The structure is made of stainless steel, while the Batyline seat is suspended thanks to a careful play of tension.
PLEIN AIR is a collection dedicated to the dining area, transmitting rigor and lightness in the combination of shapes, lines and materials that integrate perfectly with the surrounding environment. For a sober, careful and refined elegance.

“I believe in shapes that are simple and clear. For me, there needs to be a reason behind a shape, so I like things that make sense. Geometry is important, because I can understand it in simple terms.”⁠
Michael Anastassiades⁠