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The Prize

Dedar armchair upholstered in Scaramouche fabric.

Fun dragons and colourful fringe enliven this exquisite yarn-dyed jacquard inspired by kimonos. Japan is stripped of any austere trait, leading us to a playful world in which a curious character, with the body of a snake and the spirit of a harlequin, steps onto a stage trimmed with colourful fringe. The use of colours, designs and details reveal an unusual approach and conveys a distinctive interpretation of the world of dragons directly on the fabric.

The armchair comes in four color variants: col.1 Summer Farandole, col.2 Playful Spring, col.3 Autumn Fires, col.4 Frozen Winter. 

Founded in 1976, Dedar is a family-run fabric house that expresses a personal style with its cutting-edge contemporary collections. Located close to Como, in the heart of a manufacturing district, Dedar experiments and innovates to attain product perfection through an ongoing dialogue with those craftsmen and textile specialists who are most familiar with the techniques employed in the production of excellent fabrics.

Characterized by seductive colour palettes and unexpected patterns, Dedar’s fabrics combine precious yarns with research into fiber technology to offer various solutions for curtains, upholstery and wall covering of timeless elegance. 

The Cause

COMETA is made up of a group of families committed to helping children and young adults and their families to allow them to appreciate the beauty of life. 

It all started in 1986: out of a positive meeting came the willingness to foster a child. In 1992, an old farmhouse just outside Como became a community center. Over time, a network has grown of over 50 foster families who have opened their hearts and shared the Cometa experience. Every day after school more than one hundred children and young adults in the area find a team of Cometa teachers and educators who help them study and provide expressive, recreational and sports activities promoting support and growth.

Additional Details

  • In condition as donated.
Item #L8171

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