Dana Romano came up with the name "Aether", personification of the sky or upper air breathed by the Olympians, to emphasize the particular movement of this product, and the quintessential feeling of floating while using this unit.
New from the Movimento Collection, the Aether is a modular reclining sectional that looks like it was formed by an artist, but it was really created from a study of 3D models and digital research. Dana Romano imagined this piece as follows: "a seat with a primary, monolithic and almost manually moulded shape, as though it had been created from a ductile material with gestures not unlike those of a sculptor." She called it Aether because it truly expresses the idea of movement obtained by alternating full and empty volumes, underscored by the smooth electrical function of reclining chairs that will slip you back into the airspace surrounding the room.
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