The Suita Club Armchair by Antonio Citterio can be combined with any member of the Suita sofa family. Thanks to its elegantly understated design, the armchair can be used on its own or paired with many other sofas. It is generously upholstered, ensuring excellent comfort even without additional cushions.
Ottoman, soft and tufted: wooden panel, polyurethane foam core and chamber cushion overlay (filled with polyurethane foam lozenges, latex and a mix of goose feathers and down).
Glides: glides for carpet or felt glides for hard floors.
Note: the designations 'left' and 'right' refer to the perspective when viewing the sofa from the front.
Note: ripples and indentations from sitting (pressure marks) and partially visible outlines of the chamber cushions are characteristic of high-quality, soft upholstery in combination with a removable cover and can be more or less pronounced, depending on the selected cover material. To retain the fullness and shape of your sofa, cushions should be regularly shaken and plumped.
Body: moulded polyurethane foam with webbed metal frame.
Seat cushion: polyurethane foam and polyester fibre.
Seat height: 430 mm (applied load 355 mm, measured in accordance with EN 1335-1).
Legs: die-cast aluminium, polished or powder-coated.
The Suita sofa system combines light and slender volumes with an industrial and technological aesthetic. The geometrically precise body and cushions seem to float above the sleek, bridge-like aluminium legs, in what can be seen as a tribute to mid-century American design. The Suita sofa family encompasses a wide range of components. These can be used as independent elements or freely combined to adapt to all kinds of interior environments and furnishing needs.
The seat and back cushions come in…
The architect and designer Antonio Citterio, who lives and works in Milan, has collaborated with Vitra since 1988. Together they have produced a series of office chairs and various office systems, as well as products for the Vitra Home Collection. The Citterio Collection is constantly being expanded.