Never was a product more timely. The chaise longue by Raffaella Mangiarotti for IOC seems almost designed for smart working (which we have all become accustomed to in recent times). A seat for working and relaxing, designed to ensure an ergonomically perfect position.
Bicocca is devised to enable you to stay at the PC for hours on end, in an easy posture without putting a strain on your back. And in the intervals it becomes an oasis where you can read a newspaper or simply relax.
The ergonomics of the seat have been designed for working in a more natural, relaxed pose, raising the legs but keeping an upright position suitable for work. The lumbar support and the generous dimensions of the headrest increase the pleasure of using it. The upholstery is suspended on a base in curved metal rods that follows the ergonomic inclination of the seat with welds, polishing and finishes performed with skill and precision. With a playful aesthetic, it features an L-shaped cushion that acts as a lumbar support on one side and on the other a rest for the arm. It is not fixed and can be moved at will to the left or right side, finding the position most comfortable for you. On the side that remains free, you can insert a table to work on a PC. The soft line gives a touch of informality by creating a reserved and muffled corner: a place of comfort that is not just physical, but also mental.