Minuscule by Cecilie Manz for Fritz Hansen

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Snug with comfort, the Minuscule chair forms perfectly to hug the body’s shape. It was designed by Cecilie Manz for the Republic of Fritz Hansen. Known as the new formal furniture created for an informal setting, the Minuscule chair has tailor made stitches to show the contrast between industrial, traditional and handcrafted production. Its rounded, thin shape gives the user comfort while looking stylish with its leather edges and soft texture. Minuscule was launched during the 2012 Salone Internazionale del Mobile at the Republic of Fritz Hansen’s showroom in Milan.

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