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Graceful and light in the chair version, more enveloping and structured in the armchair option, Lindy portrays Bross craftsmanship in woodworking through small details. The clearest example of this is given by the backrest, a graphic sign that characterizes the collection: the curved wood, into which the legs are inserted with rounded lines, provides the ideal support for the upholstered part, integrated without interruption, which softens the seat at back height and allows for contrasting plays between the shell and upholstery finishes. In the armchair, this upper part opens outward to give the complement a stronger identity, but also to better accommodate the forearms when sitting. Finally, the slight inclination of the back legs emphasizes the dynamic feel of the collection.

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