NUMA chair

by ARKETIPO

It should not surprise anyone to know that when it comes to making chairs appear to float, or cut through the shapes of the room with a form of its
own, Giuseppe Viganò is a master. Numa, which in Arabic means delight, delivers not only on the name but also in how the chair provides balance to
its surroundings. A bit art deco, a bit art nouveau. Numa, strong and solid, is an expression of design that understands where the timeless masterpiece
belongs – in your home.

It should not surprise anyone to know that when it comes to making chairs appear to float, or cut through the shapes of the room with a form of its
own, Giuseppe Viganò is a master. Numa, which in Arabic means delight, delivers not only on the name but also in how the chair provides balance to
its surroundings. A bit art deco, a bit art nouveau. Numa, strong and solid, is an expression of design that understands where the timeless masterpiece
belongs – in your home.