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The Tango chair was born from the study of models from the Scandinavian and Italian tradition. From these traditions some elements of knowledge of wood have been distilled, purifying the object from any stylistic influence to highlight its pure construction. This is why it is easy to perceive the way the components interact to form the object.
The warmth of ash wood, the friendly and compact dimensions, make this chair speak a universal language, like a popular song. A light, colored die-casted aluminium ring, becomes the distinctive element which enables the piece to be easily disassembled for recycling purposes or to replace its components.
Jamaica speaks the language of an age in which art, technology and the imagination came together to give a human face to the aesthetics of machines, reimagining a peaceful world with creative sociability. This a modernist collection which reworks the classic forms of the past with a contemporary edge by changing the ways in which traditional materials of bent plywood and tubular metal are used.
Tribeca is an outdoor stackable seatings collection whose comfort is due to the elasticity of a durable, cleanable and colored plastic tape. The rhythmical stringing of the chair is minimal, making Tribeca light and airy. Its outdoor, sunny nature gives mediterranean taste to any place in the world!
All in is a plentiful, soft sofa. The ash wood legs supports the cushions by suspending those in the air. It seems that the legs give order and composure to the informal fleecy volumes of the seating. By combining linear and angular modules, chaise-longue and pouf, it is possible to create many elegant configurations. The challenge of this design was to join comfort and balance in a cool compositional balance.