Chat stools by Nadadora for Sancal

October 24th, 2011 by retail design blog

Chat is sharing, interacting, talking… Chat is public and private. Chat is round, suggestive, bicolour- Chat: a collective space, a place as a meeting point, a symbol of interaction among people. Chat is a collection of poufs and stools conceived as a complement for home-like environments, that enables the creation of common places in collective spaces. It is the most appropriate piece of furniture to create intimate areas in public environments.

Chat, with its pleasant and easy geometry, merges with the rest of the architectural elements defining each space. The bicolour fabric combination facilitates adaptability to different ambiences. With this project, the Nadadora studio multiplies the options for different sensory, cheerful, colourist and serene spaces. Chat brings emotion to upholstered furniture.

Manufactured by Sancal

Nadadora was founded by Isaac Piñeiro and Cristina Alonso. Their work comes from a relationship which is necessary between the different disciplines of design. The precedence in their projects and way of working ensures conceptual honesty and simplicity; it is to communicate spontaneously in order to develop immediate projects. Nadadora has collaborated with firms such as Sagen Ceramics, La Murrina, Ferrero Italia, Serralunga or Balvi.

The studio has recently been given an award by Corolla – a projected design for Nutella; they have also been selected for the exhibition Serie Fuori Serie by the Trienale Design Museum of Milano. They have surprised us yet again with the Chat collection, one cannot remain indifferent.

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