Missana launches Alice, the new armchair by Pepe Albargues
The upholstery spanish brand, Missana, launches its new armchair inspired by the Lewis Carroll story ‘Alice in Wonderland’.
Modern and sleek, Alice is the latest and exclusive design by Pepe Albargues for Missana. Is the lastest addition to The Novelties catalogue. A new concept collection that every month throughout 2016 will welcome at least a new exclusive product, by the end of the year will have a trendy compilation of products exclusively designed for Missana by both, stablished and emerging designers from all over the world.
Upholstered with Kvadrat‘s fabric, Tokyo. For its launching we have chosen two of the most inspiring colors of the year: Pantone Rose Quartz and Serenity. Everything surrounding Alice remind us one of the most significative moment in the dreamy story written by Lewis Carroll, in which this design is inspired.
Make the story complete with a matching puff, a puff that could be round or square suitable for every space. Create a practical and original combination that for sure any characters in this story would have loved to try.
Once again the brand has decided to work with the camera and experience of Cualiti, that as usual did manage to combine personality and also the magic of each of Missana’s products.
The latest addition to the Missana team, is the design studio Jimenez de Nalda that is now in charge of the image of the Valencian based company, and have been in charge of the art direction of Alice’s launching.
Missana has over 20 years of proven experience and endless passion for the upholstery world, with a new acquired challengue of making real new ideas and innovative proposals from designers all over the world. Every product is traditionally handmade in the factory in Alberic (Valencia). Missana’s products have been specified and used in many projects all over the world offering the most demanding audiences trendy and elegant pieces that are modern and contemporary, pieces that are perdurable over time due to there durability and the use of noble materials.
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