Corsetto Armchair by Vincenzo Invernizzi

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Corsetto armchair is made by Vincenzo Invernizzi for Formabilio. The product is fascinating both through concept and finish and through its versatility. Its mere presence in the room captures attention and adds additional style to the space. The structure is characterized by the seatback, built for distance and joined by an element of impact that creates, at the same time, a strong color contrast. Corsetto armchair is versatile and suitable to wear very informal “clothes”, from leather and jeans materials to military material models.

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About Formabilio
We turn the best ideas into exclusive, eco-friendly products 100% made in Italy.
Formabilio is an Italian brand of eco-friendly furniture and home accessories conceived by designers from all over the world through online contests, chosen by a community of design lovers, manufactured by small companies of the Made in Italy and available online on the e-commerce platform formabilio.com. Formabilio is a design brand: crowdsourced, thanks to the community of more than 100.000 registered users – that pick the best projects to put to production among those submitted to the design contest; made in Italy because the winning ideas are turned into furniture by small manufacturing companies, partners of Formabilio, and eco-friendly as our products have a green design and are made of locally sourced timber, recycled or regenerated fabrics with water based varnish or natural oil finish.

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