The finely contoured shell accommodates the seat, opening up like a corolla to host the original roller feature of the backrest. Formal solutions reminiscent of sculptures and the balance between the rigid structure and the suspended volume give life to seats with a soft, enveloping look.
The family comprises a three-seater sofa, an armchair and swivel lounge armchair, available with leather shell and fabric upholstered seat and backrest, or with total fabric or leather covering.
Conceived as precious details to streamline and lighten the design, the steel feet jetting out from underneath sport a Black-Nickel finish. The swivel base of the lounge armchair is available in the same finish.
The Mattia coffee tables, characterised by clean lines and by the same protruding steel feet that distinguish the seats, reinterpret in a contemporary way volumes and design sign of the early Seventies.
A series of round, rectangular and square coffee tables in different sizes and heights, available in three versions: with top in Calacatta marble or Black pâte de verre - inserted in a frame in brushed ash wood featuring a Liquorice colour lacquered finish - or entirely in brushed ash wood with Liquorice colour lacquered finish. The coffee tables sit on steel legs with a Black-Nickel finish.
Mattia Coffee Table (Rectangular)
Rodolfo DordoniArchitect and designer Rodolfo Dordoni was born in Milan, where he graduated in Architecture in 1979. Responsible for the art direction of Artemide, Cappellini (1979-1989), Fontana Arte, Foscarini, Minotti, and Roda, he designs for various companies as well. Dordoni Architetti, founded in association with architects Alessandro Acerbi and Luca Zaniboni, develops projects for houses, residential complexes, industrial and commercial areas such as offices, storesand showrooms, restaurants, hotels, yachts, as well as exhibit stands of diverse commercial fields.
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