Mamma collection by VRTIŠKA * ŽÁK for Jitona

October 22nd, 2013 by retail design blog

Czech traditional furniture brand Jitona has awaken again back to the life. In cooperation with the successful Czech design studio VRTIŠKA • ŽÁK unveiled at this year’s Designblok new furniture collection, called Mamma. The basic theme of the collection is playful, temperance and combination of materials. White painted surfaces, complemented by solid oak legs in the form of a base form a complete set of furniture with a timeless character.

The lightness of individual products is achieved just by using feet and the fact that the furniture does not lie directly on the ground. This principle is easily used especially in small spaces where optically not diminish as much floor space. The legs as a construction detail interconnects all the products in a collection. Gracious and elegant form combined with natural materials and sophisticated details footstool. So be summed up in a nutshell new collection Mamma, who finds, either as a solitaire or the whole assembly, place in every modern home.

Designed by VRTIŠKA * ŽÁK








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