For reading or for relaxation, for conversation or waiting, and finally for work: the lounge armchairs have different aesthetics according to the functions they are dedicated to. The Bross catalog presents a wide range of them, with proposals designed by Monica Armani, Marco Zito and Michael Schmidt, ideal for living areas of the house, office lobbies, hotels and new retail projects.
With a slightly reclined backrest available in two heights, Mysa narrates the archetype of the reading armchair through its soft shapes: the shell, enveloping and upholstered in fabric or leather, is made even more comfortable by the seat cushion and integrated armrests. Its reference, reinterpreted by Michael Schmidt, is also confirmed by the four-legged base in natural, stained or matt lacquered solid oak, with elegant interlocking details.
Designed by Marco Zito, SIT and WAM bergère are designed above all for smart working situations in public contexts: the first is characterized by important padding, modeled in different thicknesses for maximum ergonomics and customizable in fabric or leather, and it is equipped with a small table integrated into the metal structure, on one of the sides, where a laptop can be placed. WAM bergère, on the other hand, has emphasized volumes and its shell, in which it is possible to experiment a combination of fabrics and colours, is completed by a headrest with unusual proportions, which absorbs surrounding noise and allows work activities in passageways.
The two Aretha and Nora collections, designed respectively by Monica Armani and Michael Schmidt, are dedicated to moments of conversation or waiting: both have a fully padded shell that extends to offer support to the arms. Aretha has a ‘soft curves’ aesthetic with solid wood legs with a large diameter and a backrest that seems to fold up to hide the upper part of the structure, thus doubling its thickness for a full and harmonious effect. Nora offers a particular fusion between the structure and the seating part: the rear legs of the lounge, in natural, stained or matt lacquered solid ash wood, extend up to define the lower profile of the armrest and become the identifying sign of the collection.
Finally, Baltea invites to relax: its soft and concave shape is embellished with cushions on the seat and back, with a feeling of comfort accentuated by the possibility of inserting a coordinated footrest. The possible combinations of different finishes and nuances between leathers and fabrics create a continuously customizable design in the shell, supported by a metal tube in a brushed bronze or matt lacquered finish.