Kiyumi, the shape of the essential by Tomoya Tabuchi for Arrmet

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Arrmet presents at Salone del Mobile.Milano the new chair designed by Tomoya Tabuchi, fusionf italian know how and Japanese culture

The Kiyumi seating collection has a sinuous structure in black painted tubular steel. On this frame are fitted the seat and curved back, in ash veneered plywood – in five colours – or upholstered in fabric or leather. Even in the upholstered version the frame, aesthetic before being functional, remains visible. Sleek and essential, Kiyumi conceals a complex construction design that makes the screws connecting back and frame invisible, for an impeccably clean line. The collection includes chairs, armchairs and stools. Versatile, light and stackable, this seating fits into many contexts, from the home to contract environments such as bars and restaurants, where its style and excellent construction shine.

Kiyumi, the shape of the essential by Tomoya Tabuchi for Arrmet

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