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The Fargo armchair is a perfectly composed design of a small swivel armchair. It combines the functions of an armchair and an ottoman. Its very small and light design makes it a perfect choice for interiors, where every inch of living space counts. The armchair has a perfectly profiled backrest to increase seating comfort. Thanks to its dimensions, the armchair can also replace an ottoman, being much more comfortable to sit in. Fargo also has the function of a swivel armchair which makes it even more practical and facilitates communication between the users during meetings or events. Because of its original and universal design, Fargo can be a perfect addition to almost any of our leisure set collections. The Fargo armchair will also work very well in large public utility buildings.

Furniture making is the art of combining aesthetics with functionality, the beauty of the shape with practical use. Therefore, our products try to reconcile comfort with proportions and design with durability. People and their needs are our inspiration. With this motto, together with our Clients, we have been making interiors more beautiful for over a hundred of years. The most important thing is the idea born in the creative minds of our designers. We transfer the original ideas to paper so that its evanescence is preserved. Professional analyses change their plastic form so that eventually the line of the piece of furniture can reach its perfect shape and design. The ready concepts are brought to life by the best experts in our plants. We focus on the highest quality and exclusivity of manufacture, therefore our furniture is hand-made and customized according to our Client's needs. This is the only way to maintain exclusive quality and make VIERI DIVANI brand a synonym of unparalleled durability. Thanks to creative stylists, our furniture have a moder and original design, which, in combination with unique hand-made quality, makes VIERI DIVANI a symbol of exclusivity. Together with you, we have been decorating houses since 1934.

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