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GEA is a tribute to Gea della Garisenda and to 18th-century wing chairs after a careful Bolidist reinterpretation. The armchair with wings – which were originally meant to protect from draughts and retain the warmth of the fireplace – has crossed three centuries of history.

GEA knocks on the doors of contemporary living with a futurist version of the “en cabriole” legs typical of the Louis XV style, and typically streamlined traits.


Upholstery materials
  • Available in Sofa, Low Armchair, and High Armchair.

    “The problem of the project, of any project, is that it improves with the work, day after day, hour after hour.”


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