The embrace of a chair, from the office to home.

Embrace, designed by Jorge Pensi for Estel, gives life to a family of chairs that can be declined ideally both for home living spaces and for office or contract spaces. A graphic sign that links the present with the past, which is evolves into a system of seats to beds.

The Embrace family includes office and executive chairs, compact sofas for public areas, armchairs, lounges and end tables, and finally the latest edition to the Night collection, the bed. The seats, made with plywood frames, have an ergonomic and enveloping design making them extra comfortable. The arm extends behind the back giving continuity and uniformity to the lines.
For lounge areas there are different models of single chairs and sofas. The frame is in beech and poplar plywood combined with a system of comfortable elastic bands. The padding is in differentiated density polyurethane foam to ensure the optimal ergonomic functionality of the chair. Like the chair, the bed is also a graphic icon, we find it in the headboard, gracefully accommodating the space for sleep comfort. Great attention has been devoted to the manual stitching and the choice of finishes, details that transmit the value of the highly competent craft skills that make up Estel’s production processes.

The photos show some different identity of Embrace: as chair for executive office, contract seating or seating area in a living room at home and a bed.


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