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646 Leggera Chair

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  • 646 Leggera Chair

    Designed by Gio Ponti

    Description

    Thanks to the experience and mastery of Cassina's workshop, the wooden chair is making a comeback. The 646 Leggera Chair is an icon of design that features a simple appearance thanks to its refined, clear form. In 1952 the Leggera chair marked the beginning of a path that encapsulated the entire design and executive partnership between Gio Ponti, Cesare Cassina and his craftsmen in a one-off product, leading to the Superleggera in 1957.

    In contrast with the latter, distinctive for its slender triangular-section legs, the Leggera has uprights that are almost circular in profile and, because of its extreme durability and simplicity that expresses all the nobility of an anonymous object, it is a chair that has enjoyed widespread distribution and commercial success over the years.

    Length x Width x Height x Length


    47 x 45 x 85 x 46 cm

    18¾ x 17¾ x 33½ x 18¼ inches

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