Ladle is a new family of seating, designed by Luca Nichetto for Arflex, that brings a contemporary spin on classic chairs from the 1960s, like the Egg chair by Arne Jacobsen and the Pollock chair by Charles Pollock. The focus is now about the feeling and comfort that the chair provides with a seat structure that comes standard in each version but lets you change it up with the three different backrests and three different bases. The chair, just as the name suggests, embraces the body just like the shape of a spoon would.


You can choose between four wooden legs, four metal tube legs, or one with a four-spoke base that lets you swivel and tilt. So, Ladle lets you craft the perfect chair for yourself while also providing a nice clean aesthetic for the entire line.