Gio, designed by Antonio Citterio, is the new series with a contemporary twist, dedicated to living in the open air.
A complete range of sofas, end units, chaise longue, sunbeds, armchairs, chairs, tables and complements which have been developed from a solid teak structures with a special antique grey finish, which gives the wood a particular lived-in aspect and silver-grey reflective quality. They all have a basic structure of wooden slats where backrests and armrests, characterised by and interlacing of tortora ribbons, can be easily inserted. This particular type of structure allows for easily disassemble the various components, so to reduce the space needed to store the products in winter.
The seats are equipped with seat and back cushions that makes the Gio series particularly cosy and comfortable, and offer exclusive colour combinations. To ensure a better insulation from the weather, all the padded elements have a polyester cover with waterproof treatment, and the fabrics are certified for resistance to weathering, UV rays, chlorine and sea spray.
Materials & Finishes
Frame - solid antique grey teakwood
Webbing - tortora thermoplastic material
Upholstery - shaped polyurethane of different density, combination of Solotex fibre and visco-elastic polyurethane, cover in water repellent polyester fibre
Ferrules - thermoplastic material
Cover cloth - polyester on synthetic support
Alceo (50 % PVC & 50% Polyester, Cat. A) - for extreme outdoor conditions
Agate (100% Polypropylene, Tela/Canvas, Cat. A) - designed for outdoor use
Elisir (100% Polypropylene, Jacquard, Cat. E) - designed for outdoor use
Lesia (100% Polypropylene, Rattier, Cat. L) - cover required
W 65 x D 45 x 47 H cm
W 130 x D 45 x 47 H cm
Not all B&B Italia furniture is available to buy online. However, the full range can be ordered via our London-based showroom where we have an array of B&B Italia Furniture on display as well as a dedicated B&B Italia department. Please contact our design team on 020 8421 1779 if you require further information or to discuss the Chaplins Price Promise.
Year of design