Description

Rossini is an elegant and classic wicker dining chair with armrests. It has formed part of Sika-Design’s collection for more than 20 years. The Rossini Armchair was designed in collaboration with the famous Japanese designer Yamakawa.

Beautiful but functional, with an emphasis on ergonomics, this rattan dining armchair has been meticulously hand crafted. The chair’s seat and backrest are handmade in Indonesian rattan by skilled wicker makers.

Sika-Design uses carefully selected rattan for furniture production to ensure the highest quality. Rattan is a remarkably strong and indestructible material, and it also helps to make the furniture sustainable. The Rossini Armchair is a unique piece of furniture that will last for generations.

Rossini seat cushions are sold separately.

This armchair forms part of the Sika-Design Originals collection, which celebrates key wicker furniture pieces created from original 1950’s and 1960’s design sketches.

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Rossini Armchair

Sika Design

Handcrafted Danish Design

Original price was: $495.00.Current price is: $420.75.

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Description

Rossini is an elegant and classic wicker dining chair with armrests. It has formed part of Sika-Design’s collection for more than 20 years. The Rossini Armchair was designed in collaboration with the famous Japanese designer Yamakawa.

Beautiful but functional, with an emphasis on ergonomics, this rattan dining armchair has been meticulously hand crafted. The chair’s seat and backrest are handmade in Indonesian rattan by skilled wicker makers.

Sika-Design uses carefully selected rattan for furniture production to ensure the highest quality. Rattan is a remarkably strong and indestructible material, and it also helps to make the furniture sustainable. The Rossini Armchair is a unique piece of furniture that will last for generations.

Rossini seat cushions are sold separately.

This armchair forms part of the Sika-Design Originals collection, which celebrates key wicker furniture pieces created from original 1950’s and 1960’s design sketches.

View the range