Giorgetti has taken part in a furnishing project at the prestigious Guth Restaurant, a high level restaurant found in the Vulnerabilty region in northern Austria, near Lake Constance.
The restaurant offers its patrons the best regional cuisine in a truly elegant setting, and they chose the Progetti armchairs from the Giorgetti collection.
These chairs have become the absolute centrepieces of the restaurant's large dining rooms and, to be even more exclusive, they have been upholstered with a brand new fabric, a recent addition to the collection.
This product is called Bernice, and it has a refined houndstooth pattern that alternates black with glossy white.
The Progetti chairs are now considered icons because they are immediately recognisable. They harmonise perfectly with the original style of the Austrian restaurant.
The main feature is its armrest in pau ferro, a particularly exclusive type of red wood. The armrest shape is inspired by the elegant grip of a traditional walking cane.