Comolino Armchair

Collection of side, front, back, and plan drawings of the Comolino Armchair with dimensions

The Comolino Armchair is a low sitting and minimal armchair comprised of only a structural frame and seat and back cushions. Designed by Giorgio Soressi as the simplified chair offering in his Como Collection (2007), the reduced Comolino Armchair is constructed with a padded steel frame on cast aluminum legs and finished with a seat and back cushions made of comfortable goose feather and foam.

The Comolino Armchair has an overall width of 31.5” (80 cm), depth of 33.5” (85 cm), and back height of 27.25” (69.2 cm). The seat is set only 16” (40.6 cm) from the floor with arms at 25.5” (64.8 cm).

What is the Comolino Armchair?
The Comolino Armchair is a low sitting and minimal armchair designed by Giorgio Soressi for his Como Collection in 2007.

How wide is the Comolino Armchair?
The Comolino Armchair has a width of 31.5” | 80 cm.
What are the dimensions of the Comolino Armchair?
The Comolino Armchair is 31.5” | 80 cm wide, 33.5” | 85 cm deep, and 27.25” | 69.2 cm tall. The Comolino Armchair has a seat height of 16” | 40.6 cm and arm height of 25.5” | 64.8 cm.


*Under Development*

27.25” | 69 cm
31.5” | 80 cm
33.5” | 85 cm
Seat Height:
16” | 41 cm
Arm Height:
25.5” | 65 cm

Steel frame, cast-aluminum legs, spring suspension; Foam cushions with natural goose feather filling; fabric or leather upholstery
Giorgio Soressi


Drawings include:
Comolino Armchair side elevation, side (man sitting), front, back, plan

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Armchairs are variations of common chairs, but are designed with fixed armrests and are often upholstered and cushioned. The inclusion of arms on a chair provide extra support for users. Armchairs are essential furniture pieces for living rooms, lounges, reception areas, and larger bedrooms.