DC 280/DC 220 - Ceccotti Collezioni

DC 280/DC 220

Vincenzo De Cotiis

Chaise longue, pouf and sofas with base in solid wood and back-rest in curved plywood, covered with non-deformable polyurethane foam of various densities, protective cover in polyester fiber, seat with straps, non-removable covering. With cushions cm. 65 x 65.

Dimensions

DC 220
DC 280

Finishes

Belsuede-029

Belsuede-032

Belsuede-015

Belsuede-014

Belsuede-001

Belsuede-036

Belsuede-016

Belsuede-017

Belsuede-040

Belesuede-034

Belsuede-010

Belsuede-011

Belsuede-012

Belsuede-039

Amazonie-041

Harald 3 - 283

Harald 3 - 143

Harald 3 - 242

Amazonie - 042

Harald 3 - 182

Harald 3 - 792

Harald 3 - 982

Harald 3 - 192

Verone Creme

Monza 00

Mies-005

Monza 09

Mies-004

Monza 07

Monza 97

Monza 84

Monza 58

Monza 27

Monza 48

Monza 45

Verone Nuit

Mies-020

Monza 88

Mies-008

Gypsy-892

Flair-108

Gypsy-895

Divina 3 224

Oxford-893

Grisaille-004

Divina 3-191

Oxford-897

Flair-121

Oxford-999

Gypsy-997

Gypsy-995

Gypsy-184

Gypsy-799

Flair 166

Oxford-889

Flair-164

Gypsy-699

SC 06 Calicot

SC 23 Tortora

SC 32 Caolino

SC 51 Panna

SC 31 Quarzo Fumè

SC 34 Maggese

SC 26 Topo

SC 20 Inchiostro

SC 21 Amianto

SC 53 Creta

SC 55 Camel Hair

SC 52 Daino

SC 66 India

SC 59 Noce di Pecan

SC 80 Bruno Havana

SC 29 Ardesia

SC 148 Lacca

SC 146 Coccio Pesto

SC 173 Glauco

SC 177 Limo

SC 178 Alpi

SC 254 Steel Blue

SC 278 Atlantic Blue

SC 279 Alchemy

SC 133 Paglierino

201 Testa di moro

202 Antracite

204 Fango

Nabuk Grigio

Nabuk Conchiglia

Nabuk Seppia

Nabuk Marrone Scuro

Designer

Vincenzo De Cotiis

Vincenzo De Cotiis was born in 1958 in Gonzaga, Italy. He studied architecture at the Milan Politecnico and founded his studio and gallery in 1997. The beauty of the patina generated by time is the leitmotiv that is reflected both in his architectural and interior designs of residential and commercial projects throughout the world. A research that is based on a contemporary appropriation of recycled materials, often marked by time and wear, and reinterpreted through the integration of new and precious materials.


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