Little Perillo By DauphinNovember 21, 2017
“With a unique personality and futuristic appearance,” Little Perillo adds visual interest to any endeavor. Designed by Martin Ballendat from lightweight poly, the chair twists and turns to create a sculptural shape—which also happens to accommodate the human form.
Besides the tapered leg version, Little Perillo offers other bases, including a swivel base that’s perfect for conference applications and a stool in bar and counter heights.
Optional upholstery adds a little color to this cheeky chair, making it a great piece for gathering and study areas.
For more information, visit www.dauphin.com.
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