Celebrating stainless steel in the Bauhaus tradition, this is the tubular chrome-framed Jot chair originally designed by Giotto Stoppino in 1976. It takes its swooping, balletic form into the contemporary era with a new version courtesy of Italian furniture brand Acerbis, purified of any paint or dye that would hide the essence of its powerful metal and rawhide leather elements. An iconic example of Giotto’s masterful use of cantilevered chair styles and his exploratory method with materials.

Double saddle-hide upholstery in black, dark grey, foca, turtledove, testa di moro, brown, natural looks like the seat frame, available in matt nickel black or chrome painted finishes.


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