Primo & Quindici - The New Mattiazzi Collections at Salone del Mobile

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Mattiazzi Present Primo and Quindici

Mattiazzi invite you to their booth at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan from 4th -9th April 2017.

They will exhibit their new collections:

Primo by Konstantin Grcic
&
Quindici by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec.

Also on display will be the new additions to the Tronco Collection by Sam Hecht/Industrial Facility and to the Uncino collection by Ronan & Erwan bouroullec.

Milan Fairgrounds, Rho (Milan)
Hall 20 / Stand E08

Primo by Konstantin Grcic

Primo epitomizes the archetypal chair. Its design comprises of only the most basic elements: four legs, seat and backrest. The strictly vertical orientation of its legs gives the chair a strong architectural presence.
However, the formal strictness is disrupted by the curved backrest which seems to levitate on the ends of the chair’s hind legs. Standing on its own, primo is distinctively sculptural. When multiplied, the chair conveys an unassuming rationality – making it ideal for a wide variety of uses in the home and contract markets (dining, working, auditorium seating, waiting, and the like). Primo’s basic model is made of solid beech. The black lacquered version brings out the chair’s strong and elegant silhouette. In gold, primo celebrates itself as an ultimate icon. For additional comfort and sophistication, the chair also comes in solid oak with an upholstered leather seat. All models of primo are stackable. Matching the minimalist design of the chair is the four-legged primo table in different finishes. Its square-sectioned legs, fixed to each corner of the tabletop, are detachable, allowing space-saving in ecological shipment.

- Konstantin Grcic

Quindici by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec

Quindici is the latest addition from Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec to Mattiazzi.  The collection is comprised of a lounge and chaise lounge available in natural, black and grey ash with the option to have the seat upholstered.

 

Tronco Upholstered and Table by Sam Hecht/Industrial Facility

 

Uncino Version C and Uncino Stool by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec