Fluid is a project that stems from the need of a product that can be used in waiting rooms or reception halls alike: the tall back completely supports the person sitting on the sofa while dividing the space within a room or hall. The original design of the armrest conveys the unique appeal of a large bergère armchair.
Fluid’s unique aesthetic features make it naturally perfect for the hospitality sector, also thanks to a complete set of complementary poufs that are available in different heights, giving them a decorative as well as functional role. The accurate manufacturing details that can pair leather with fabric and the special double seams highlight Ditre Italia’s top quality finishes.
Structure: Supporting structure in pinewood of various thicknesses. Remaining parts in Class E1 wood particleboard panels, details in hard or cellulose wood-based panels. Structure completely covered with foam and Tecnoform.
Springing: The back is made of hard or cellulose wood fibre panels. The seat is supported by propylene and latex elastic belts.
Cushions Padding: Back cushion in polyurethane foam with density 25kg/m covered by Tecnoform. Seat cushions in polyurethane foam, density 35 kg/cbm, Tecnoform covered.
Cover: The cover is completely removable after disassembling the back cushion. Not available in leather or artificial leather. Standard version is tone on tone, contrasting ribbon in fabric LIKE is available upon request.
Feet: Black lacquered metal feet (ME09).
Seat height from ground cm. 41
Seat depht cm. 65
Armrest width cm. 13
40 years. Art becomes history
Each product tells the story of 40 years of history, tied to artisan upholstery tradition, created by the De Marchi brothers in 1976 in San Martino di Colle Umberto. Their workshop became an increasingly tight ship and, in response to demand for a customised product, it grew into an important manufacturing company. In addition to its business acumen, DiTre Italia confirms, year on year, its aptitude for detail and its artisan skill that make its collections stand out. The story of our past is what distinguishes our today.