The great classic. The item that is absolutely the most famous and most sold in the history of furniture. Designed by Michael Thonet in 1860, the No. 14 chair immediately became known as the bistro chair. Minimalist both in the chosen material and the fact that just six elements go into forming the entire item, the No. 14 is the result of almost twenty years of research. Simple, versatile and ever contemporary, it is considered the first true example of industrial design.
Dainelli Studio, owned by the creative duo of Leonardo and Marzia Dainelli, designs JANNIS, a collection of upholstered furniture that are eminently suitable for contract use.
It was by looking to tradition, and at the iconic references that have made the company’s history, that Paola Pastorini was inspired for the Curved Cushions collection.
Sölden chair pays homage to the stylistic codes typical of the ‘30s, an important chapter in the tradition of bent wood that still needs more research. Bent wood takes on a more contemporary charac
Thanks to the striking effect of the steam-bent beech, the Bodystuhl chair proposed by Nigel Coates shows a profile showing sinuous shapes characterized by a structure with variable thickness.
The balance between sinuous shapes and movement defines ARCADIA, the rounded shape pouf, apparently looking light weighted and playful.
“A simplified design to create an elegant, comfortable, popular item”. The structure has an all-embracing simplicity, and is formed from just a few elements in steam bent solid beech.