Mini Papilio Outdoor Dining Chair
Designed by Naoto Fukasawa for B&B Italia
Made in Italy
Our floor model of Mini Papilio Outdoor Dining Chair by Naoto Fukasawa is now on sale and ready for pickup at our Denver showroom. In good condition, the floor model features Anthracite interlacing.
- One (1) available
- Good condition
- Shipping not included
- Sold as-is
Mini Papilio Outdoor Dining Chair by Naoto Fukasawa for B&B Italia features an internal powder-coated aluminum frame that has been expertly laced with anthracite polyethylene to create a compelling visual pattern and texture reminiscent of a soft woven reed. The chair underside features leveling glides composed of stainless and plastic.
“I wanted this kind of chair to look obviously comfortable; to have the kind of shape that ‘relaxation’ might take if it were portrayed in a picture. There had to be something encompassing.” —Naoto Fukasawa.
This was the designer’s sentiment on creating his sculptural Mini Papilio in 2010 as a upholstered dining chair for indoor use—its sensuous feel was recently adapted in new materials for use outdoors. Like the original, the Mini Papilio Outdoor Dining Chair features a gently scooped seat that creates subtly integrated armrests—it’s integrated and outwardly canted back arches at the top to create an enveloping backrest for the sitter. Mini Papilio’s seat height is ideal for use with a table.
DISPLAY SALE TERMS
- All sales final.
- All display sale items are sold as-is.
- All items are available for immediate pickup.
- To evaluate condition, please visit the Denver showroom or request additional images.
- Studio Como does NOT deliver or coordinate delivery for display sale items, but we will refer you to companies that provide the service.
About B&B Italia
B&B Italia is one of the world’s foremost modern furniture companies, renowned for high-end designer furnishings. Founded in 1966 with the entrepreneurial vision of Piero Ambrogio Busnelli, B&B Italia represents the extraordinary convergence of design and industry—the expression of contemporary culture.