The choice of the name Victoria and Albert is a homage to the famous museum in London.
Two armchairs accompany a sofa that is the absolute main character on the stage: a true, positive form that is capable of mediating design and functionality thereby assuring a comfortable and cosy place to rest.
The Little Albert armchair is mass-produced using rotational technology and is completely recyclable. The plastic used is resistant to thermal shock as well as to sunlight and makes Little Albert suitable for outdoor use. A swivel version is available and it has removable covers, except for the leather version.
A high and low table also form part of the collection and made of 100% recyclable polyethylene in a selection of colours they are also suitable for outdoor use, being fade resistant and waterproof.
When shopping for new furniture, it helps to know what to look for to ensure you’re buying a sustainable product. According to a Nielsen survey, 63 per cent of Asia-Pacific respondents check a product’s packaging to ensure a brand is committed to positive social and environmental impact. Evidence of third-party certification is the best way to check the sustainability credentials of a product. Read more about GECA's criteria for furniture in our info sheet.Read the info sheet
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