The lines that distinguish the Virginia “Indoor” family restate the vision of the eponymous outdoor series, with clear references to the same relaxed elegance and yearning to reconnect with nature.
The structure is in solid iroko wood with handcrafted dovetailing and finishing. The wood is either natural or stained Dark Brown and then treated with a protective sunlight-resistant varnish.
The soft cushions are designed to provide a sensual contrast to the substance of the wood structure. The backrest is especially soft and inviting, thanks to the many, generously-sized backrest cushions.
The Virginia “Indoor” family includes a sofa, armchair, footstool, ottoman and coffee tables with flush inset, Bardiglio Nuvolato marble tops.
Thanks to their smooth lines and balanced proportions, the elements in the Virginia “Indoor” series are an effortless fit in both residential and hospitality interiors.
Structure: in 33 mm. thick solid, kiln-dried Iroko wood. Worked on a numerically controlled machine, finger joints for the backrest and 45° for the seat, jointed and finished by hand.
The structure is available in a natural or “Dark Brown” stained finish. Both structures are treated with a high UV- and weather-resistant paint with a 35 level gloss finish. Painted metal underframe for the seat for outdoor use with elastic strap webbing in UV-resistant synthetic rubber and polypropylene.
In order to protect the lower part of the seat cushion, an expanded polyurethane mattress with the same cover as the cushions is provided. Mattress cover removable through a zipper.
Cushions: channeled goose down padding for the backrest and seat cushions (Assopiuma certified, gold label) with high resilience, variable-density polyurethane foam core insert.
Covers: cushion covers are completely removable in all the versions (fabric and leather).
Legs: rest on aluminum tips inserted in the solid wood with Pewter painted finish and protective rubber glide.
Top: 20 mm. Bardiglio Nuvolato marble top, flush-set.
N.B.: Since Iroko wood is a natural material, the veins or shades of color may not be perfectly the same; this should not be considered a defect in the material but rather a quality of solid wood. The color of Iroko wood may also change with time.
Born in Milan in 1954, Rodolfo Dordoni graduated in architecture in 1979. From 1979 until 1989 he was responsible for the art direction and company image co-ordination of Cappellini International. Rodolfo Dordoni has a vast repertoire in product design typologies, encompassing domestic / contract lamps and furniture, storage systems, kitchens, bathroom accessories, objects, carpets and electrica... More