The four ends of the tubular metal structure, bent into a whisker, hook the seat from above, thus lifting it completely off the floor. Whenever any two materials come together, a new Baffo is created.
Combining a pied-de-poule fabric with the Busnelli Ombra coloured metal structure creates a stylish and character-filled Baffo. This new re-edition makes a conscious choice in the name of sustainability, foregoing the galvanic finish of the original editions so as to eliminate the use of lead and other chemical elements.
The original rock in a fresh incarnation: the mud-coloured leather seat harmonises with the metal frame in the exclusive Busnelli Ombra colour.
Between 1969 and 1970, Gianni Pareschi designed some of the brand’s most original chairs for Busnelli, including Fiocco, Armadillo, Baffo and Libro. Items that have become icons of radical design, revealing ingenious design skills and unique expressive power.
tubular steel with 30 mm diameter painted with ecological products, equipped with thermoplastic feet
leather and/or fabric connected to the structure with satin-finish steel hooks
Virgin fabric consisting of 20% pure wool, 45% polyester, 35% PC microfibre.
Vegetable-tanned leather, corrected grain, smooth appearance, finished with pigments and anilines. The corner supports are always made of leather.