Aria 5 Piece Balcony Setting – Charcoal
$1,339.75 inlc. GST
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An ultra-chic 5-piece patio setting with spacious patio chairs & matching coffee table. Outdoors, it’s UV & weather resistant poly-resin frames & outdoor-safe cushions provide much-needed protection. It’s elegant Italian design leave this beautiful 5-piece set looking the part indoors too – truly multipurpose.
The Aria 5 Piece Balcony Setting – Charcoal includes:
- 4x Aria Luxury Patio Armchairs – Charcoal & Grey Cushions
- 1x Aria Coffee Table 1000mm X 600mm – Charcoal
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The Aria 5 Piece Patio Setting will provide fun times with friends and family, relaxing in total style. Your terrace or garden becomes the ideal venue where cool banquets or parties come to life, furnished with creative and ultra-personal colour solutions. This Nardi garden set is the result of the refined combination of the Aria, a generous patio armchair made of fiberglass resin with matching padded cushions and the Aria Coffee Table. Ideal for outdoor (and indoor) areas, pleasant pool surrounds, contextualized in groups or as a solitary object that fills space with great personality conveying an almost sculptural presence. Designed and made in Italy from 100% recyclable high quality UV and atmospheric pollutant resistant polypropylene resin, you’ll get years in the New Zealand sun out of these low maintenance feature settings.
D710mm X W705mm X H840mm | Seat: 430mm
Outdoor Cushion(s), Polypropylene & Fiberglass Resin
|Chair Weight Capacity||
Back Stress Tested 57.1kg (560N), Downward Force Tested 203.9kg (2,000N)
L1000mm X W600mm X H400mm
100% Recyclable, Anti-static, Non-toxic, Waterproof
|ISO 9001 Certified||
Nardi Outdoor Furniture Designer – Raffaello Galiotto
Born in Chiampo (Vicenza – Italy) in 1967. After studying Fine Arts at Accademia di Belle Arti, in Venice, he founded & opened his own industrial design studio in 1993. His areas of specialization involve designing injection moulded plastic products, indoor & outdoor furniture, and stone & marble work. His projects have been exhibited in prestigious museums & international events, as well as being published in books & magazines. He currently teaches design at the University of Ferrara.