Utrecht is the uber-rational face of the Neoplastic movement. Originally designed in 1935 by Gerrit Rietvield, it stood in stark contrast to the stuffy loungers of the time, serving up sharp angles and surprising ergonomics. Look closely and you’ll notice that the backrest and seat meet at the floor, from which parallel armrests morph upwards as stylish supports for tired arms. Energising and eccentric, it’s remained a classic ever since its inception, and can be relied upon to inject fresh life into lacklustre living spaces.
Materials & Finishes
Armchair with steel supporting frame.
Polyurethane foam and polyester padding.
Feet in black plastic material.
Upholstery available online in Cassina's Perbacco Fabric (6% cotton, 59% linen, 25% acrylic, 4% polyester, 6% nylon), Ortigia Velvet or 'Lincoln' fabric with fine stitching available in two versions (blanket stitch or zig zag) with thread in five shades.
Also available in a wide and renewed range of fabrics in different colours or in leather - kindly contact the showroom for further information.
W 64 x D 85 x H 70 cm. Seat height: 37 cm.
Not all Cassina Furniture is available to buy online. However, the full range can be ordered via our London-based showroom where we have an array of Cassina Furniture on display. Please contact our design team on 020 8421 1779 if you require further information or to discuss the Chaplins Price Promise.
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Year of design