Alce Armchair by Missana
Alce is a collection of avant-garde and austere sofas with an Australian soul.
Its aesthetics owes its personality to the simplicity of its lines, to the rounded shapes that make it so unique and to the different independent elements that perfectly combine and complement each other.
Its exclusive legs in the shape of an antler are what has given the idea for the name to the product.
Australian designer Chris Hardy was inspired by three basic concepts of all his creations, individuality, simplicity and design customisation.
There are two components clearly differentiated in Alce: the embracing back and seat soft cushions, and the metal legs and structure which surrounds the sofa, all powdercoated.
The Alce collection includes an armchair, a 2-seater sofa, a 3-seater sofa and a sofa maxi (3 and a half seater), all of which are suitable for both contract projects and private dwellings.
Upholstery available in fabric or leather.
Legs available in powdercoat steel or brass.
Armchair – 840mm W x 880mm D x 820mm H
2 Seater – 1660mm W x 880mm D x 820mm H
3 Seater – 2000mm W x 880mm D x 820mm H
3.5 Seater – 2240mm W x 880mm D x 820mm H
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Missana is passionate about the world of upholstery. Based for more than 20 years in Valencia, Spain, Missana have created furniture collections that express their design vision combined with traditional hand made design.
Missana’s collections are the result of a harmonious union between craftsmanship and an eye for detail, visible in the most classic part of their catalogue and now freshly trasnferred to new designs.
Two complementary styles combined and improved to make it possible to offer elegant and distinguished furniture, but at the same time contemporary. With special attention on ensuring durability and by using high quality materials presents unique furniture made to survive our time.
About the designer
Chris Hardy has strong connections with the Australian design community, working closely with local manufacturers to develop his products, and has been actively engaging with design organisations such as Gallery of Australian Design and CraftACT through board memberships.
Chris’ influences can be easily read in his work where key elements of modernism, sustainability and user experience are fused with a process-led approach to produce Australian designs with a unique user focus.