Agora Petit, the armchair with reduced dimensions created by Missana for contract & hospitality projects

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Missana adds a new piece to the Agora Collection by Pepe Albargues. The Agora Petit is an armchair designed to offer maximum comfort while being compact enough to easily fit into restaurants, bars, hotel rooms, shops, waiting areas or any other public space. 
Inspired by the volumes of the upholstered furniture from the 1970s, Agora Petit is a revision of the forms of a decade that is now back and very present in the style and trends. A sculptural armchair, with simple lines and reduced dimensions, it is the result of having been designed to meet the needs of contract and hospitality projects, in which it seeks to optimize the space without compromising maximum comfort and aesthetics. 
The design by Pepe Albargues maintains the characteristic embracing shape of the backrest of the Agora Collection, which evokes the squares of the ancient Greece from which the Collection borrows its name. 
Its personality and timelessness makes Agora Petit an excellent piece for different spaces. A very attractive armchair perfect for any bar or restaurant where it will bring a very distinctive character creating an outstanding tandem with the Charleston bench from The Twenties Collection, also ideal for hotel rooms where it will create a much needed cosy relaxing reading corner, also ideal for shops or halls, becoming the most comfortable seat for any waiting area. 
Missana offers different finishing options for the base, both fixed legs and a rotating base, and also the possibility of combining different fabrics in the backrest and seat, allowing infinite possibilities for multiple interior design projects. 
For the photos, the armchair has been upholstered in fabrics that bring to it very different styles and personalities, such as plain velvet, quilted velvet with 3D hexagons, and faux lamb’s wool combined with thin corduroy. 
Source: Missana 
Photos: Cualiti 
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