Due Più by Acerbis

BRAND Acerbis
Nanda Vigo’s armchair by Acerbis known as Due Più is an astonishing, enigmatic object where the use of two rollers that look like they’re floating makes for truly unique features. Dating back to 1971, the seat has been used for several interior architecture projects without ever being mass produced. Its looks are deceiving, because it proves surprisingly ergonomic and comfortable in its three uses: regular chair, side chair with the top roller as an armrest, inverted chair where the backrest-roller is perfect to rest your forearms. Futurist in aspect, we can see it as an emblematic design blending Vigo’s two souls: the esprit de géométrie that shines through the minimalist metallic structure with its light reflection, and an eccentric, pioneering spirit apparent in the use of Mongolian fur and synthetic fur. Currently presented by Acerbis with a steel frame and furs reclaimed from food industry waste, according to circular economy principles.