Whether paired together or used as separates, the two newest pieces from Nils Holger Moormann share some of the same minimal qualities that you know and love. Brutissimo, a lounge chair, is as stylish as it is casual and comfortable – with or without armrests. Curl up in its molded wood shell, supported by steel wire legs that connect to the body with thin ash rails and settle in for the evening. Side table Netto opts for literal transparency with a glass top that allows you to see everything below. The heavy top adds a delicacy to the filigree base frame of steel wire and ash rails, adding tons of character to a strong silhouette.
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