piruette - Ceccotti Collezioni


Roberto Lazzeroni

Piruette is a chair with a cozy and enveloping silhouette. Designed by Roberto Lazzeroni, it is the perfect blend of artisanal tradition and contemporary design research. It has a solid American walnut wood structure where the front legs are connected with the rear legs thanks to the elegant sinuous armrests, that widen on the sides for improved comfort.

The two sides are joined together by an X-shaped structure that supports the seat and is attached to it with brass pivots. It is made from a single sheet of curved beech plywood, which is padded and upholstered in fabric, leather or natural leather.

Piruette cannot be upholstered in the following fabrics: Harald, Flair, Silk, white linen and raw linen. It features a shellac finish that gives a fine sheen to the surface and depth to the wood veining.



American walnut

American walnut dark

American walnut moka

American walnut brown

Am. walnut natural shellac

Am. walnut dark shellac

Am. walnut Iris oil

Am. walnut black oil

Verone Creme

Monza 00


Monza 09


Monza 07

Monza 97

Monza 84

Monza 58

Monza 27

Monza 48

Monza 45

Verone Nuit


Monza 88


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

201 Testa di moro

202 Antracite

204 Fango

Nabuk Grigio

Nabuk Conchiglia

Nabuk Seppia

Nabuk Marrone Scuro


Roberto Lazzeroni

Roberto Lazzeroni, born in Pisa, began his professional life with the study of art and architecture in Florence and the interests he developed during his training, in particular in the conceptual art and radical design movements. In the early 1980s, Lazzeroni made his professional debut with a series of important works in the field of “interior architecture” that immediately attracted attention and were published in Italian and foreign periodicals.

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