The Madame Milano Chairs Feature Graphic Images of Vast Architecture

By: Ady Floyd - Jun 25, 2015
References: kartell & designboom
Kartell and Emilio Pucci unveil the 'Madame Milano Armchair' that reflects images of the city of Milan. The patterns used on the chairs were inspired by two famous architectural monuments. One of the patterns was designed based on the Duomo and the other was based on the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.

This perfect duo is a combination of the Italian furniture company Kartell and the Emilio Pucci fashion house. The creative and intricate design of these bright and elegant armchairs brings forth a versatile and aesthetically pleasing piece of home decor and furniture.

The graphic chairs extend the existing collection of chairs that feature cities such as New York. The Madame Milano chairs can be publicly viewed at the Kartell flagship store in Milan.

Photo Credits: designboom, kartell