AIRES

Armchair debuted in 2018 and surprised everyone with the unusual shape of its armrests and legs. It was inspired by a horse saddle. Later, this structure developed into a bench form which gave us the possibility to prepare a theme collection. But above all others – we could expand within the range of use. AIRES bench provides more usable space, which makes it an excellent piece of furniture for lounges, relaxation zones or customer service points.

Together with the armchair that began our collection they create a set that is stylish, yet very bold as far as aesthetics goes. They will bring freshness to the decor of any interior. A noteworthy way of use of the bench may be conducting conversations  with your clients by shortening the distance, both literally and figuratively.

MORE SPACE,
MORE POSSIBILITIES

AIRES BENCH

beech / oak

Paged_ikony_wymiary-KRZESLO_wys

780

Paged_ikony_wymiary-KRZESLO_szer

1220

Paged_ikony_wymiary-KRZESLO_gleb

550

Paged_ikony_wymiary-KRZESLO_SH

480

Paged_ikony_wymiary-KRZESLO_armrest

615

netto weight:
15 kg

design:
Dario Polaco

seat:
upholstered

NEW FORM
OF EXPRESSION

The AIRES armchair was never denied its finery, though sometimes it could be a little unceremonious. This was visible by the pattern of the distinguishable upholstery that covered the entire seat and back. AIRES (W) gives the impression of more refined and mature due to the back of the seat covered with wooden veneer. The difference is most plainly observed when the veneer is combined with artificial or natural leather.

AIRES W

beech / oak

Paged_ikony_wymiary-KRZESLO_wys

780

Paged_ikony_wymiary-KRZESLO_szer

580

Paged_ikony_wymiary-KRZESLO_gleb

550

Paged_ikony_wymiary-KRZESLO_SH

465

Paged_ikony_wymiary-KRZESLO_armrest

615

netto weight:
8 kg

design:
Dario Polaco

seat:
upholstered

DARIO POLACO

He was born in Argentina in 1981. He graduated in industrial design at the University of Buenos Aires. From an early age, he had the opportunity to work on designing a wide range of products from various fields, such as: household appliances, medical equipment, kitchen utensils, sportswear, etc., which enriched his experience in the use of various materials and production techniques.

Furniture is a specialty of Polaco. When he began to design them, he could really free his mind and develop a distinctive, individual language of design. Disobedience seems to be the key to understanding his design approach. His creations oppose old archetypes and material restrictions to achieve a visually impressive effect.

DARIO POLACO

I tend to give chairs lightness and dynamics because I like to encourage people to rearrange the space around them from time to time to change their energy. The AIRES tilted frame looks like handles that say move me.