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Design can be inspired through a multitude of things; lifestyle, iconic statements, iconic buildings, but our day to day can bring about inspiration. Take for example, Rail: a distinctive double-edged seam runs around the whole structure and armrests, creating symmetry and soft plays on hard design lines.. Rail's structure looks like it is floating thanks to 18cm high structured legs; the material and overall design showcase lightness and attention to detail. On the face of it, Rail is simple, but the more you look at it, the more you realise that Rail is a piece of iconic design in its own way

  • Details: STRUCTURE: wood SEAT HEIGHT: 40 cm ARM HEIGHT: 65 cm FEET: chromed metal or micaceous brown stained metal, h. 18 cm


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Arketipo Firenze, established in 1982, emerged from a passion for the quality of Florentine textile manufacturing, giving birth to upholstered furniture that seamlessly marries top-tier quality, meticulous attention to detail, and a vivid, timeless image. In 2011, Arketipo joined forces with Cattelan Italia, a global leader in furniture accessories.

Distinguished by an unwavering commitment to uniqueness, Arketipo serves a diverse consumer segment with impeccable taste, epitomizing bespoke creations. Lorenzo Cattelan emphasizes the brand's aspiration to make customers feel special, envisioning a clientele drawn to handmade products embodying the pinnacle of Florentine textile manufacturing.

Arketipo's hallmark lies in a high level of personalization, allowing diverse materials, including fabrics and leathers, to coexist within a single item. This versatility facilitates the creation of enchanting combinations tailored to individual tastes and price preferences. As a fusion of industry and craftsmanship, Arketipo stands as a beacon for those seeking exclusive, handcrafted furnishings that reflect the brand's dedication to personalized luxury and the enduring legacy of Florentine artistry.