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Furniture: Piana Folding Chair at DWR

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Furniture: Piana Folding Chair at DWR

September 7, 2011

New (and eminently practical) at Design Within Reach: the well-priced Piana Folding Chair, designed by British architect David Chipperfield for Alessi. Made of fiberglass-reinforced polypropylene with a matte finish, the chair can be used indoors or outdoors and is available in several cheery colors as well as black and white. The three parts rotate around a single axis, with no visible hardware, and each chair folds completely flat for stacking horizontally or hanging on the Piana Wall Hook, which holds up to four chairs.

Above: The Piana chairs are made in Italy.

Above: The Piana Folding Chair is available in six colors (red, green, yellow, gray, black, and white) for $225.

Above: Up to four chairs can be hung from the wall with the Piana Wall Hook, $68.

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