The stools were designed for a wine testing room in the north east of italy. Starting with the form of a pure cube the seat is excavated from a block of cork. The excavated seat finds its way down the back almost like a liquid has been poured on to it and flows down finding and making its own path.
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The Biasa shop is designed with an interesting ceiling panel combined with a natural material. The local material used becomes mixed with a modern language. Moreover bright yellow is smattered throughout this high-class store. The designer also used amazing light fixtures in order to accentuate the shop and its products.
This is the first mono-brand shop that my client, Mr. Leo Pizzo, has opened on the fashion town, Milan. Natural material, the same of the historical Villa Necchi: natural piedmont walnut (one single old tree for the whole furnitures) back painted glass and bronze. The space is develop as a museum, quite clean, and with respect with the original structures.
The Designers from Coordination got inspired by traditional craftsmanship and created the Lean Tables as a result. By using a wedge, legs and a hexagonal boards from local oak form structural entities. At least three units join to become a table. For structural reasons the legs are slanted and as a result the single pieces seem to lean against each other.