It should surprise no one that, when it comes to making chairs appear to be suspended or able to cut the shapes of the room with a shape of their own, Giuseppe Viganò is the master.
Numa, which in Arabic means pleasure, is not limited only to the name, but also to the way in which the chair balances the surrounding environment. A little art deco, a little art nouveau, NUMA is the expression of a design that understands where a timeless masterpiece fits: in your home.
Light but strong, delicate but also decisive. Made of brushed steel, at first glance it can be deceiving, but just get closer to be pleasantly surprised.