The Palerme reveals Jacques Garcia's eye for unusual scale and silhouette. The name owes to the Art Deco fan motif and its unusual popularity in the city of Palermo. At once diminutive and striking, the Palerme is a curvaceous treat to the touch. The rectilinear back is chamfered and a foil for the curve of the arm and bolster. The latter can be raised to improve comfort.
The Palerme is a natural flanker or accent chair. In some situations, it might also be suitable as a host chair. In every instance, it becomes a great canvas for a luxury fabric. While subtle, the legs are also a strong feature - tapered, flared, and relaxing to a square trumpet foot.