01 product description
Kaleidos stems from the project work of Michele De Lucchi and Sezgin Aksu which is founded on the innovative way of applying the very latest casting-mould technologies by Caimi Brevetti in its "seat universe" concept. With its characteristic pure lines and sinuous shapes, Kaleidos adds to the range by bringing a whole new collection into the offer; with different types of seats available in different materials. Along with the 100% recyclable polycarbonate version, made from a single-piece shell whose pleasant tactile surface finish makes for surprising 3D, reflective optical effects, today Kaleidos also offers a more classic brushed leather version, with hand-crafted, exposed hand-stitching. There are different base-structures to choose from: besides the previous four-legged versions, the offer is now enriched by the sled-based chairs and the criss-crossed four leg base chair.
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05 Articles about Sezgin Aksu and Michele de Lucchi
Work wherever you want!
Office worlds 2010 – part 1: of citizens, territories and islands
You will search in vain for a new paradigm or new typologies of work at the Orgatec 2010. Instead, people are busy working away at furniture systems that enable the temporary privacy of retreat in the midst of the open field of omnipresent communication.
Architecture en miniature
In Munich, at an exhibition entitled "Architekturchen" Ingo Maurer is presenting surprising works by Italian design star Michele de Lucchi. They show how working with wood can trigger new thought processes and inspire new ideas.› To the article
Molteni & C - Family business and elective affinities
In Italy, the institution of the family traditionally has a high standing, and keeping it together requires a constant, active entrepreneurial spirit. As such it is no wonder that precisely in Italy there is an above average number of family-run companies - and extremely successful ones at that.
In the case of Molteni & C, with a payroll of 250 the family business has long since reached corporate size, and is one of the most important manufacturers in the furniture industry. Its history is typical of such firms.