The arch shape perfectly synthesises the Opposite armchair.
This simple image summarises the design and construction work involved in lending shape to an article that must be welcoming and comfortable.
Two plates, bent into an arch and welded to three crossbars and four legs form the essential metal structure to which the straps for the seat and backrest are attached. A single horizontally sectioned padded cushion resting against the straps provides snug support for the body.
A no-frills shape and simplicity give Opposite armchair timeless elegance that dialogues not only with famous modernist articles but also with contemporary trends.
The structure is coated with solid or glossy colours and the loose cover on the cushion comes in leather or fabric.