Paul is a set of elegantly proportioned sofas with reassuring lines, elements that emphasize Vincent Van Duysen’s expressive rationality. The project includes linear sofas, angular compositions, chaises longues and islands, all with a single seat cushion.Continue reading
The new seating system reflects the Molteni&C corporate profile, based on two key words: tradition and technology, linked by the leitmotif of perfectly clean lines. A flexible and dynamic seating system, rich in content, which shows how research and craftsmanship have always been part and parcel of the company’s DNA. Albert is a brave step forward in the search for a seating system conceived as a flexible and disarticulatable structure, that can reshape the new complexity of modern living, marked by extreme planning.Continue reading
Like an architecture that is in keeping with its surroundings, the Kettal Maia, collection designed by Patricia Urquiola has a natural lightness and elegance. The, design of the artisan braiding, the sturdiness of the aluminium frame and the new, Porotex and chenille fabric collection create a combination that oozes energy.Continue reading
The Boma collection, designed by Rodolfo Dordoni for Kettal, was born from the need of high performances of outdoor environment, without sacrificing the increasing demand for comfort that new products have to face.Continue reading
‘Cala’ is a high backed armchair inspired by the iconic Emanuelle. The chair has a majestic spatial pr esence with transparent and light surfaces. The open weave of the rope provides a latticed window for visual privacy while maintaining a connection to the natural elements. ‘Cala’ may be used for outdoor dining as well as a chair to lounge in. The wide selection of met al coatings, rope colours and cushion fabrics offer many possibilities to tailor the identity of the chair to suit different projects.Continue reading
We called it Vimini because it means wicker in Italian and it sounds like Bimini, an island I like.
We used just the right amount of outdoor wicker with a rougher wooden frame. It doesn’t have the same modernist spirit
as the Basket but it’s familiar enough that, when you get close, it stirs a memory and makes you feel at home.
That’s what it was, more or less—an object of memory.