Illuminating and Ultimate Gray are the colors chosen by Pantone to represent the year 2021: two independent shades that, together, express a desire to restart energetic, proactive and conscious, offering new suggestions in the world of design and interior. The possibility of customizing coverings and finishes has always been one of the characteristics of Bross production, which thus interprets its collections for the home, office, restaurants and hotels in the nuances of the year.
Break – The distinguishing mark of the Break collection is the thin vertical stitching that gives a delicate rhythm to the shell, available with an exposed wooden back or covered in leather or fabric. The chair and the small armchair designed by Enzo Berti are customizable also in the base, available in wood or metal, also lacquered or with central column.
Mysa – Michael Schmidt interprets the Nordic style and the theme of the lounge chair in a contemporary way with Mysa, with its welcoming shell and fluid design. Available in a double version with high and low back, the base is offered with either solid wood interlocking elements or with four linear metal spokes.
Nora – Available in armchair and lounge versions, Nora is an elegant combination of wood and upholstered parts. The structure, in solid wood, represents the supporting element of the seat and at the same time designs the inclination of the armrests, in continuity with the shell, defining the distinctive aesthetic detail of the collection.
Path – A large opening on the fully upholstered backrest is the distinctive feature of Path, a collection of seats designed for Bross by CarlesiTonelli. Available in chair, armchair and stool versions, Path has an ash or beech wood frame with a natural finish, or stained or lacquered, ton-sur-ton or matching the upholstery.
WAM – The family of products designed by Marco Zito includes lounge chairs, sofas, stools, benches and poufs, characterized by a light-looking metal base that accommodates the large volumes of the upholstered items. The harmonious combination of the slender structure, which can be made in black or brushed bronze finish, and the shell, enveloping and ergonomic, is the aesthetic element that characterizes the collection, which is also completed by a side table.
Yuumi – The armchair designed by Michael Schmidt has a curved structure that synthesizes the backrest and armrests into a single wooden element. Available with a cushion on the seat or with a fully upholstered shell, Yuumi is also defined by the void in the profile of its backrest, which creates a rhythmic play of openings.