Few construction elements form an essential and sinuous seat

Designed by Enzo Berti for Mars, Paro is a simple, curved chair made up of two woven metal tubes and a rounded wooden shell.

Enzo Berti, Seduta Paro, Marte

To make a chair you just need a few ingredients: two tubular metals, which intertwine to form the structural supports and armrests, a curved wooden body, and a pair of weld joints. This is Enzo Berti’s recipe for the new Paro collection of chairs, produced by Marte.

The Italian designer has reduced the product to its essence and greatly simplified the manufacturing and assembly process. Paro chairs have a light, thin and sinuous design, characterised by the T-shape of the wooden shell, which can be padded entirely or only on the backrest.

Paro is designed for the home and office, but it can also be used outdoors. Due to its slim design and small footprint, the chair is easy to move and stack. Various colours, finishes and upholstery materials are available.

Enzo Berti
Marte Srl
metal tubulars, wooden shell, or leather/fabric padded

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