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'Cut becomes an increasingly complete collection intended for indoor and outdoor use'

Potocco's Cut Collection expanded

The Cut Collection designed by Stephan Veit is enriched with two new variants to meet evolving living trends: the indoor armchair and stool and the outdoor chair, armchair, stool, and bergère rocking chair.

Comfort and elegance meet in the design of the indoor armchair and stool, created to expand Potocco's dining room offerings, and intended for more convivial spaces. Slender legs in embossed metal give the design an airy character, supporting the wide, hospitable shell seat entirely upholstered in fabric.

In its outdoor version, Cut complements the bergère chair and footstool with a new armchair, chair, and bergère rocking chair tracing the same essential profile. The collection takes shape from a steel rod frame that draws the harmonious and slender profiles of the legs and seat, with a hand-woven shell. The weaving workmanship – a symbol of Potocco's historic know-how – embraces the soft contrasting seat cushion in all the seats, with the differences in colour emphasising the handcrafted artisanal details.

Ideal for relaxing outdoors, the new bergère rocking chair is the particular result of an original blend of materials and finishes achieved through the brand's artisan expertise. The characteristic handmade knotted beige weave of the collection is combined with a white embossed painted metal frame. The Iroko wood slide completes the seat's harmonious silhouette, allowing the classic rocking chair's undulating motion.

Conceived with the idea of creating a series of enveloping but light and minimal seats, year after year Cut becomes an increasingly complete collection intended for indoor and outdoor use.

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